About the Project
Setting City Area Targets and Trajectories for Emissions Reduction (SCATTER)
This work was developed as part of the Setting City Area Targets and Trajectories for Emissions Reduction (SCATTER) project. The SCATTER project, funded by the Department for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), developed a methodology for Local Authorities to set carbon emissions targets that are consistent with United Nations Paris Climate Agreement. The SCATTER project was a collaboration between Tyndall Manchester, Antheis Group and Greater Manchester Combined Authority. The further development of the carbon budget methodology into a widely applicable free online resource for local authorities UK-wide was supported through funding from the University of Manchester EPSRC Impact Support Fund. A SCATTER online tool by Anthesis Group is also available to local authority users online.
The Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research is an interdisciplinary research group formed in 2000 and currently based at University of East Anglia, University of Manchester, Newcastle University and Cardiff University. Our research covers most areas of climate change research including;
The Tyndall Carbon Budget Reports project was led by researchers at Tyndall Manchester – Jaise Kuriakose, Kevin Anderson, John Broderick, Carly McLachlan and Chris Jones. The views expressed in the research related to the Tyndall Carbon Budget Tool and its outputs are those of the named researchers and not necessarily of the wider Tyndall Centre.
For further information about the Tyndall Carbon Budget Reports, other Tyndall Manchester research or to let us know how you are using the tool please contact Chris Jones at email@example.com .