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The government has a number of sustainability targets, including the commitment in the Climate Change Act 2008 to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 80% of 1990 levels by 2050.
In 2014 a net reduction of 36% in UK greenhouse gas emissions was achieved against 1990 levels. Some 22% of emissions came from the domestic transport sector, which is now the largest emitting sector.
The Committee’s remit includes a responsibility to audit government departments’ and agencies’ performance against sustainable development and environmental protection targets. To fulfil this function the National Audit Office
(NAO) were asked to review the work of the Department for Transport (DfT) to assess how it has embedded sustainability into its work.
The Committee drew on the NAO’s overview, previous departmental business plans and evidence from DfT officials, the transport sector and local government to examine DfT policies and policy making, governance and operations from a sustainable
The NAO concluded that the DfT has taken many positive steps to meeting the challenge of sustainability in the transport sector. The
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