Adaptation has slipped off the political agenda – but there is much to do, and here in the UK we have the expertise to make homes and businesses climate resilient.
Climate observations or indicators can help you to understand the past climate and climate changes, helping you to think about how those changes may affect your organisation or business. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has developed a series of interactive maps and graphs to describe the global climate and how it has changed over […]
The Port of Felixstowe is the UK’s largest container port. Using the first three steps of the Adaptation Wizard, the Port management completed a high level climate risk assessment. Task 1.2: What is the motivation for adapting? Ports are, by their nature, sensitive to weather variability. Climate change could make existing weather-related risks worse as […]
Step 4 will help you to: identify a range of adaptation options select the most appropriate options put together an implementation programme. Continue to find out more about any less well understood risks while you carry out this step. Adaptation actions manage your climate risks to a level that is acceptable to your organisation, and […]
Setting clear boundaries around what you are going to evaluate (and what you are not) will help you to select the most appropriate methodology. There is a huge range of possible adaptation interventions for all sectors, responding to a number of impacts (heat, rainfall, wind speed, sea level rise, etc.). Be sure to account for […]
Nuin-Tara Key’s experiences working on adaptation at a community level showed how important local cultural and environmental knowledge can be.
This project brings together UK providers and purveyors of climate services to understand how best to develop the climate services market, and influence and engage with national and European climate services initiatives. Supported by NERC, UKCIP held workshops across the UK, organised in partnership with Climate NI, Climate Ready, Adaptation Scotland, ClimateXChange, Natural Resources Wales […]
This section will help you to: Understand how specific traits of climate adaptation can make evaluation challenging, and how you can overcome these challenges. Identify examples, good practice and techniques which may help ensure your evaluation is robust in the context of climate change. Prioritise your evaluation activities, recognising that evaluations need to be proportionate […]
LCLIP is a simple tool designed to help organisations to assess their exposure to the weather. It can be used as a standalone tool, or as a step in a risk-based framework such as the Adaptation Wizard. The LCLIP process shows how prepared an organisation is to deal with severe weather events. For example, one […]
About adaptation provides more information on, and examples of, Building adaptative capacity (BAC) and Delivering adaptation actions (DAA) and evaluation criteria. A changing climate for business provides an introduction to climate change impacts and adaptation for a business audience and includes some key messages for business (pdf, 2.5 MB). LCLIP provides guidance on how to […]