Best Practices and Lessons Learned in addressing adaptation in the least developed countries, volume 2

Summarizes experiences, best practices and lessons from the implementation aspects of NAPAs, the LDC work programme and other adaptation initiatives.

Research to identify potential low-regrets adaptation options to climate change in the residential buildings sector

Aim is to develop an adaptation cost curve for the residential buildings sector for a geographical area within the UK and Identify a series of no- and low-regrets options that apply broadly across the UK.

Your Home in a Changing Climate: Retrofitting Existing Homes for Climate Change Impacts

Report explores the potential for retrofitting to introduce adaptation measures to improve the performance of existing homes against three impacts of climate change: flooding, water stress and overheating.

Adapting to Climate Change: Costs, Benefits, and Modelling Approaches

Summarizes and critically assesses different methodologies and results of literature on the economics of adaptation.

Heat Watch/Warning Systems Save Lives: Estimated Cost and Benefits for Philadelphia 1995-98

Estimate of the cost of the Heat Health Warning Systems (HHWS), adopted and economic benefits (lives saved) and estimates net benefits

Health effects of climate change in the UK.

The Department of Health asked the Expert Group on Climate Change and Health in the UK to advise on the likely effects of climate change on health in the United Kingdom (UK). This report presents the Group’s findings.The available evidence has been examined and it has been concluded that climate change will have a significant effect on health in the UK.

Report On The Costs Of The Hot Summer Of 2003

Assessment of impacts of 2003-summer for some sectors in the UK, cost of adaptation

Klimawandel kostet die deutsche Volkswirtschaft Milliarden

Assessment of damage costs and costs for adaptation for climate change in different sectors in Germany, The results are based on the the Integrated Assessment Model of Economy-Energy-Climate – The model WIAGEM.

Review of Adaptation Options for Weather Extremes

The core purpose of ADAM work package A2.4 was to address this gap in knowledge by undertaking a systematic review of existing and potential adaptation option across the EU (and internationally, where this information added value), with a specific focus on innovative technologies and institutions that can manage, reduce and/or transfer the risks associated with extreme events.