Climate change integrated assessment methodology for cross- sectoral adaptation and vulnerability in Europe. Identifying vulnerability hotspots using the Integrated Assessment Platform. For further information contact Rob Dunford (email: [email protected] )
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Climate change integrated assessment methodology for cross-sectoral adaptation and vulnerability in Europe
Identifying vulnerability hotspots using the
Integrated Assessment Platform
For further information contact Rob Dunford(email: [email protected])
or visit the project website (www.climsave.eu)
Funded under the European Commission
Seventh Framework Programme
Contract Number: 244031
Vulnerability hotspot approach
Expert-based system developed to convert datasets to standardised 0-1 index.
0.0-0.2 : Very low
0.2-0.4 : Low
0.4-0.6 : Medium
0.6-0.8 : High
0.8-1.0 : Very high
With reference to European and world max/min values.
For some variables (life expectancy) values should already be “very high” across the board. For others there should be more spread.
Should I stay
or should I go
From sectoral experts
From coping capacity method
From IA Platform
Extreme climate scenario
(GFCM21, High emissions)
Moderate climate scenario
(CSMK3, Low emissions)
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