A round-up of recent key resources that have recently been produced by other UK Climate Change Partnerships.
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A fresh round-up for July 2014 of recent key national reports that have emerged around climate change mitigation and resilience.
The Committee on Climate Change Adaptation Sub-Committee (ASC) held a series of satellite events to coincide with the launch of their annual progress report to Parliament on 9th July.
Recent key national reports that have emerged around climate change mitigation and resilience.
Key resources have recently been produced by other UK Climate Change Partnerships.
24 local authorities across England and Wales have been awarded more than £2.1 million to support the development of heat network projects. The winning North West local authorities for Round 2 include Allerdale, Copeland, Knowsley, Manchester, Sefton and Warrington.
Every five years the UK Government must carry out an assessment of the current and future risks to the country from climate change. Defra published the first Climate Change Risk Assessment (CCRA) in January 2012. The next assessment is due in January 2017.
The IPCC has this week published its latest report 'Climate Change 2014: Impacts, Adaptation, and Vulnerability' as part of the suite of products for the Fifth Assessment Report (AR5).The report, based on more than 12,000 peer reviewed scientific studies, considers the vulnerability and exposure of human and natural systems, the observed impacts and future risks of climate change, and the poten
The Government have launched a Transport Resilience Review. This was called by David Cameron in response to the recent floods – it will review all climate impacts except for winter resilience which was covered in the Quarmby Review.
The review will examine:
Changing weather patterns, more frequent extreme weather and rising temperatures have direct implications on our health, and also pose challenges to the way in which the NHS, public health and social care system operates.