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.

Informing Adaptation to Climate Change in the UK: Some Sectoral Impact Costs.

A "bottom-up" study of potential climate change impact costs in the UK that reflects the priorities identified by regional stakeholder groups within the UK.

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.

Economic Aspects of Adaptation to Climate Change: Costs, Benefits and Policy Instruments.

Assessment of adaptation costs and benefits in climate sensitive sectors, as well as at national and global levels. Discussion of potential and limits of economic and policy instruments that can be used to motivate adaptation actions

Potential costs and benefits of adaptation options: A review of existing literature

Critique of UNFCCC (2007) and comment on global adaptation financing needs for 2030 in developing countries. Concludes the costs of adapting to climate change have been significantly under-estimated.

Climate Change in the European Alps. Adapting Winter Tourism and Natural Hazards Management.

This volume examines the implications of climate change for the economies in the European Alps. It focuses on adaptation measures to address two key vulnerabilities: increasing losses in winter tourism due to reduced snow cover, and increased exposure of settlements and infrastructure to natural hazards. The volume presents the first systematic cross-country analysis of snow-reliability of Alpine ski areas under climate change for five countries in the region: France, Switzerland, Austria, Italy and Germany.

Climate change: the cost of inaction and the cost of adaption

To allow a fully informed debate on adaptation, there is a need to consider the economic aspects of adaptation.