AECOM for the ASC: Assessment of climate change impacts on UK natural assets

Under the Climate Change Act 2008, the UK Government is required to publish a Climate Change Risk Assessment (CCRA) every five years. The first assessment was published in 2012 and the next is due in 2017 (CCRA2). This supporting research presents the results of one of the four projects commissioned by the Committee on Climate Change to inform CCRA2.

In partnership with the University of Exeter, the University of York, Scotland’s Rural College (Dominic Moran) and Ricardo-AEA (Richard Smithers), AECOM was commissioned to undertake an aggregate assessment of climate change impacts on the goods and benefits provided by the UK’s natural assets.

AECOM – Aggregate assessment of climate change impacts on the goods and benefits provided by the UK’s natural assets


Supporting information

Comments register – UK natural assets report

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