The Climate Change Act (2008) gives the Secretary of State the power to direct reporting authorities to produce reports detailing: climate impacts, adaptation, progress assessment. This is known as the Adaptation Reporting Power (ARP). Every five years, the government is required to la y before Parliament a report setting out the government’s approach to exercising the power. This document considers the various options for the se cond round of the ARP and attempts to set out the associated costs and benefits of different approaches.

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Defra
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2013
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Defra (UK Government)
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Defra (2013). Impact Assessment on the 2013 Strategy for exercising the Adaptation Reporting Power Available at https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/fil...

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