Using willingness-to-pay to assess the economic value of weather forecasts for multiple commercial sectors

Estimating the value of weather forecast products. Value is estimated via a demand-based approach based on the willingness to pay of those who use weather forecast services.

The Value of Improved ENSO Prediction to U.S. Agriculture

The economic value of long-range weather prediction is measured by the increase in social welfare arising from the use of the prediction in economic decisionmaking. This paper describes a study of the economic value of ENSO prediction to U.S. agriculture. The study involved the analysis of data and models from meteorology, plant science, and economics under a framework based on Bayesian decision analysis.

300 Billion Served: Sources, Perceptions, Uses, and Values of Weather Forecasts.

Understanding the public's sources, perceptions, uses, and values of weather forecasts. The authors conducted a nationwide survey with more than 1,500 respondents to assess 1) where, when, and how often they obtain weather forecasts; 2) how they perceive forecasts; 3) how they use forecasts; and 4) the value they place on current forecast information.

Benefits of meteorological services in Croatia

Benefits of hydrological and meteorological information services in Croatia. Use of Short-Medium term forecasts

Economcis of Adaptation

Chapter assesses the literature on the economics of climate change adaptation, building on the IPCC Fourth Assessment Report (AR4) and the increasing role that economic considerations are playing in adaptation decisionmaking and policy.

The National Adaptation Programme Report: Analytical Annex

Analytical annex for the The National Adaptation Programme. Contains the current evidence base for adaptation decision-making and presents the analysis that informs the National Adaptation Programme’s approach to adaptation to climate change.

The National Adaptation Programme: Making the country resilient to a changing climate

Programme, drawn up by the government, industry and other non government organisations, contains a mix of policies and actions to help the UK to adapt successfully to future weather conditions, by dealing with the risks and making the most of the opportunities.

The Economics of Climate Resilience: Synthesis Report

Analysis investigates current and likely adaptation actions and identifies the key barriers to actions being widely implemented, effective, timely and proportionate to the challenges facing the UK.

The Economics of Climate Resilience Buildings and Infrastructure Theme: Overheating in Residential Housing

Given projected climate change in the UK, the report looks at the need for further action in relation to heat impacts on people in residential buildings.