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Climate change adaptation reporting: second round reports

Progress reports from organisations invited to report under the second round of the climate change adaptation reporting power.

The Climate Change Act 2008 allows us to ask certain organisations to produce reports on:

  • the current and future predicted effects of climate change on their organisation
  • their proposals for adapting to climate change

As part of the second round of reporting we invited first round reporting organisations to provide progress updates. We also invited a small group of new organisations to report for the first time.

The second round follows the strategy for exercising the adaptation reporting power which we published in July 2013, alongside the National Adaptation Programme report.

New reporting organisations

Progress reports: water companies

  1. Climate adaptation reporting second round: Anglian Water
  2. Climate adaptation reporting second round: Affinity Water
  3. Climate adaptation reporting second round: Bournemouth Water
  4. Climate adaptation reporting second round: Portsmouth Water
  5. Climate adaptation reporting second round: Severn Trent Water
  6. Climate adaptation reporting second round: South East Water
  7. Climate adaptation reporting second round: Southern Water
  8. Climate adaptation reporting second round: South Staffs Water
  9. Climate adaptation reporting second round: Thames Water
  10. Climate adaptation reporting second round: United Utilities
  11. Climate adaptation reporting second round: Wessex Water
  12. Climate adaptation reporting second round: Yorkshire Water

Progress reports: regulators

  1. Climate adaptation reporting second round: Civil Aviation Authority
  2. Climate adaptation reporting second round: Ofgem
  3. Climate adaptation reporting second round: Ofwat

Progress reports: electricity generators

Electricity generators registered in Scotland, England or Wales generating over 10TWh.

Progress reports: electricity transmitters

  1. Climate adaptation reporting second round: National Grid

Progress reports: electricity distributors

Electricity distributors registered in Scotland, England or Wales serving over 50 000 customers.

Progress reports: gas transporters

Gas transporters registered in Scotland, England or Wales serving over 50 000 customers.

Progress reports: road and rail

Progress reports: strategic airport operators (Scotland, England or Wales)

Progress reports: harbour authorities

Harbour authorities relating to ports dealing with over 10 million tonnes of commercial cargo annually (England and Wales).

Progress reports: lighthouse authorities (England, Scotland and Wales)

Progress reports: other

Published 13 August 2015
Last updated 10 July 2017 + show all updates
  1. Added Tech UK and South Staffs Water reports to the collection.
  2. Added the Highways England, Forestry Commission and Birmingham Airport report.
  3. Added South Downs national park authority and Associated British Ports (ABP) reports.
  4. Added reports for Ofgem, Ofwat, Heathrow, Stansted, National Grid and Historic England.
  5. Added reports for glasgow airport, Peak District National Park Authority and Northern Lighthouse Board.
  6. Added the Port of Felixstowe and Gatwick Airport reports.
  7. Added the Environment Agency's report.
  8. Added the adaptation reports for Network Rail, Thames Water, Trinity House and The Broads National Park.
  9. Added Lake District National Park, Civil Aviation Authority, Port of London Authority and Scotia Gas Networks reports.
  10. Added reports for Seafish, Manchester Airports Group and the Port of Dover.
  11. Added reports for SP Energy Networks and Energy Networks Association.
  12. Added reports for Anglian Water, Northern Power Grid, Northern Gas Networks, Wales and West Utilities, SSE and Energy UK.
  13. Added reports for Natural England, Bank of England Prudential Regulation Authority, Affinity Water and Severn Trent Water.
  14. Added reports for Wessex Water, Yorkshire Water, UK Power Networks, Electricity North West and Western Power Distribution.
  15. Added the reports for Bournemouth Water, Southern Water, United Utilities, Transport for London and Milford Haven Port Authority.
  16. Added reports for Maritime and Coastguard Agency, Portsmouth Water, South East Water and Sustainable Development Unit (SDU) for NHS England and Public Health England.
  17. First published.