Frequently Asked Questions - Will an independent Scotland be able to meet statutory climate change targets?
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This Government recognises that, as an independent nation, Scotland will take responsibility for emissions from the offshore oil and gas sector within its waters. This will require primary legislation to allow the present climate change targets to reflect these additional emissions.
Source: Scotland's Future, Scottish Government, November 2013.