Ban Ki Moon
Secretary General of the United Nations

"The road to sustainability runs through the world’s towns and cities. By building sustainable towns and cities, you will build global sustainability."


RAMSES News

13/09/2016

Tool for cities can estimate the economic cost of the health effects of climate change

The outputs of this tool consist of adaptation costs as “total costs using existing budget and health system resources” and “total costs to be met from additional (new) budget sources”. The costs are disaggregated by year, by type (recurrent or investment) and by implementing agent. 

The tool is available for download and use from the Results section of the RAMSES website. 


Project at a glance:

RAMSES is a European research project which aims to deliver much needed quantified evidence of the impacts of climate change and the costs and benefits of a wide range of adaptation measures, focusing on cities.

RAMSES will engage with stakeholders to ensure this information is policy relevant and ultimately enables the design and implementation of adaptation strategies in the EU and beyond.


Events:

04/10/2016 

Rome, Italy

RAMSES 3rd Stakeholder Dialogue

"Understanding vulnerabilities, assessing economic gains and unlocking the transformative potential of climate adaptation in cities"

 

26-28/10/2016 

Freiburg, Germany

Local Renewables Conference 2016

"Energising the smart city and region"

 


RAMSES Newsletter


 

The 1st RAMSES Policy brief summarises the most relevant findings of the project so far drawing high-level policy recommendations from them

 

 

 

The 2nd RAMSES Policy brief summarises the key findings of the project, highlights their implications for adaptation strategies and measures, and points to research that could facilitate enhanced adaptation decision-making

 

 

Europe The work leading to these results has received funding from the European Community's Seventh Framework Programme under Grant Agreement No. 308497
Project RAMSES - Reconciling Adaptation, Mitigation and Sustainable Development for Cities.