The UK government`s strengthening of climate policy over the past 12 months is a welcome development, but, as the CCC points out, much more needs to be done if the UK is to move towards its net-zero emissions target by 2050. In its 2020 monitoring report to Parliament, the CAB indicated that while 14 of its 21 key indicators for the necessary progress are moving in the right direction, only four indicators were on track in 2019, the same four as in 2018. They cover the entire distance travelled, emissions from and production of renewable energy in the electricity sector, as well as the percentage of buildings` heat needs from low-carbon sources. The considerable progress made since 1990 in decarbonising the UK industrial sector must be continued if the UK is to meet its current emission reduction targets. The publication in 2017 of eight sectoral action plans to decarbonise UK industry by 2050 in 2017 offers a plan. „This year, the Government has also invested billions in supporting our low-carbon economy and made good progress in discussing ending coal-fired power and phasing out new petrol and diesel cars, supporting renewable energy projects across Britain and announcing more than £3 billion to change the energy efficiency of homes and public buildings. British. The UK officially presented on Thursday evening (3 December) the target of reducing emissions by 68% by 2030 compared to 1990.