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The first reporting period for Manx public bodies ended in March 2023. Public bodies were then required to submit their climate change reports over the following six months, with submission dates corresponding to the size of the public body and the complexity of their report. Once all reports were received and had been checked by the Climate Change Transformation Team, public bodies were asked to publish their reports in accordance with the requirements of the Climate Change Act 2021.

As CCTT must currently rely on public bodies to publish their own climate change reports, the list below is not yet complete. This page will be updated as more links to published reports are provided by public bodies. We are hoping to facilitate centralized publication next reporting period.   

A Summary Analysis Report is being prepared which will provide an overview of all the public body climate change reports.

Individual Public body Climate Change reports:

Department for Enterprise

Department of Infrastructure  

Douglas City Council

Garff Commissioners

Port St Mary Commissioners

Patrick Commissioners – Available to view on Patrick Commissioners’ notice board.

MIRS (Industrial Relations)

Information Commissioner

Manx Utilities Authority

HM Attorney General’s Chambers

Communications and Utilities Regulatory Authority (CURA)

Public Service Pensions Authority (PSPA)