National Environmental, Economic and Development Study (NEEDS) for Climate Change: Ghana Country Report.

The main objectives of the National Economic, Environment and Development Study (NEEDS) are to support the participating countries in: (1) Selecting key sectors for climate change mitigation and adaptation measures, on the basis of priorities identified in the national communications and in national development plans; (2) Assessing the financing required and received to implement mitigation and adaptation measures in the key sectors selected in 1.

Egypt National Environmental, Economic and Development Study (NEEDS) for Climate Change

relevant documents in this regard, such as the First National Environmental Action Plan (NEAP), the Support for National Action Plan (SNAP). Currently, Egypt has just finished the "Second National Communication” (SNC) to the UNFCCC. In this respect, this report is a study of the national environmental, economic and development aspects of climate change. It is primarily based on the outputs of the SNC and the related background papers, with the economic analysis specifically carried out here in order to address the associated financial needs.

WGII AR5 Chapter 23: Europe.

Describe different impacts and adaptation costs, benefits for sectors in Europe.

Managing the land in a changing climate

This report is part of a series of annual progress reports by the Adaptation Sub-Committee to assess how the country is preparing for the major risks and opportunities from climate change. Together these reports will provide the baseline evidence for the Committee’s statutory report to Parliament on preparedness due in 2015.

An Independent National Adaptation Programme for England

The purpose of this policy brief is to contribute to the National Adaptation Programme that is currently under preparation by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. The Climate Change Act (Her Majesty’s Government, 2008) requires the Government to put in place, and update every five years, a National Adaptation Programme (NAP), which addresses climate change risks. This policy brief aims to contribute to this process by offering an analytical framework and formulating a rational basis for thinking about adaptation.

The Economics of Early Response and Resilience: Summary of Findings

It is widely held that, broadly speaking, investment in early response and/or building the resilience of communities to cope with risk in disaster prone regions is more cost-effective than the ever-mounting humanitarian response. Yet little solid data exists to support this claim, and there is a clear need for a greater evidence base to support reform.

Economics of Adaptation to Climate Change: Vietnam

This report provides a synthesis of the key findings of the sector studies undertaken in Vietnam in the context of the EACC study. The sectors covered by the study are agriculture, aquaculture, forestry, social, and coastal ports.

Economics of Adaptation to Climate Change: Mozambique

The purpose of this study is to assist the Government of Mozambique in its efforts to understand the potential economic impacts of climate change and to support its efforts to develop sound policies and investments in response to these potential impacts. Adaptation options and their costs were estimated in four economic sectors: agriculture, transport infrastructure, hydropower, and coastal impacts; and compared with costs of inaction.

Economics of Adaptation to Climate Change: Ghana

The main objectives of this study are to present estimates of the impacts of climate change for key selected sectors for Ghana and to discuss the implications for climate change adaptation options and adaptation costs.