The Climate Change Act of 2008 committed the UK to cutting as much as 80% of greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 (relative to 1990 levels). The Department of Energy and Climate Change was tasked with looking at how the country should make the transition to a low-carbon economy.
Preventing terrorist groups from developing the capability to create and use weapons containing nuclear material is vital to global security. Prevention is not just about securing the physical nuclear material – information about its storage and transportation as well as …
The Secretary of State was interested in investigating if ‘Ofsted’ style ratings could be introduced for health and social care providers. This initiative had a challenging history, a mixed evidence base, and it was subject to strong stakeholder opinions.
Colleagues at the Department for Education produced a solution for frontline social work training in collaboration with a social enterprise and pro-bono private sector support. Find out the lessons learnt They approached us with a solution Government was seeking ways …
In early 2009, the Animal Health and Welfare Division (AHWD) in the Rural Directorate in the Scottish Government was tasked with developing a policy to achieve “Officially TB Free (OTF) status” for Scotland.
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