Ban Ki Moon
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.
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