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THE ISLE OF man is taking action

The Annual Progress Report 2023-24 was accepted by Tynwald in June 2024 and tracks highlights and action-by-action updates on deliverables within the Isle of Man's current Climate Change Plan. The report also signalled 2022 emissions data which shows a 5% reduction overall since its baseline year (2018).

Tracking a year that has put the planet dangerously close to climate tipping points, Chair of the Climate Change Transformation Board states that 'every fraction of a degree's warming we can avoid with save lives and make a brighter future for generations to come' and why the Island is taking action and helping with the global effort. The report sees the beginnings of implementing real change but highlights key barriers which need to be overcome.


Our on-going transition to net zero will continue to be informed by consultation and engagement with our community and the most up-to-date and robust climate science.  

The Island's plan outlining the action needed for the Isle of Man to stay on track to reach net zero was approved by Tynwald in October 2022.

The Climate Change Plan 2022-2027, included regulations for a 2030 interim target and roadmap, which supports deliverables in the action plan and has been created to keep the Island on track to achieve net zero by 2050.