Human resilience to climate change and disasters

Thu, October 03, 2013

Project details

How do we prepare ourselves for the impacts of climate change? What are our options and how do we decide which is the best approach to take?

This project conducted by The Royal Society will investigate these questions, among others, to help inform the important decisions regarding adaptation and risk reduction that are being made at global, national and local levels.

The project will examine how evidence-based decisions can be made to increase human resilience to climate change and weather-related disasters. The project will focus on ecosystem-based approaches but will consider them alongside other adaptation and risk reduction methods.

This call resulted in the NAS/RS Report on Climate Change, Evidence and Causes (2014) - follow the link HERE for more information.