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Using Cost and Benefits to Assess Adaptation Options


Citation

Chiabai, Aline; Alistair Hunt; Ibon Galarraga et. al. (2015). Using Cost and Benefits to Assess Adaptation Options. ECONADAPT Deliverable 3.1A.

Language
English
Author(s)
Aline Chiabai
Alistair Hunt
Ibon Galarraga
Elisa Sainz de Murieta
Alina Tepes
Paul Watkiss
Funding
Year
2015
Dimension
93 S.
Project ID
2728
Table of Contents

1 INTRODUCTION
2 THE COSTS AND BENEFITS OF ADAPTATION
3 FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE
4 CURRENT STATE OF THE LITERATURE
4.1 GLOBAL ESTIMATES
4.2 NATIONAL ESTIMATES
4.2.1 OECD countries
4.2.2 Developing countries and emerging economies
5 SECTORAL ESTIMATES
5.1 ENERGY SECTOR
5.1.1 Revision process
5.1.2 Main findings
5.2 HEALTH
5.2.1 Revision process
5.2.2 Main findings
5.3 AGRICULTURE
5.3.1 Revision process
5.3.2 Main findings
5.4 INFRASTRUCTURES
5.4.1 Revision process
5.4.2 Main findings
5.5 COASTAL ZONES AND SEA LEVEL RISE
5.5.1 Main findings
5.5.2 An in-depth review of the economics of sea-level rise
5.6 WATER MANAGEMENT
5.6.1 Revision process
5.6.2 Main findings
5.7 BIODIVERSITY AND ECOSYSTEM SERVICES
5.7.1 Revision process
5.7.2 Main findings
6 THE COSTS AND BENEFITS OF ADAPTATION: USING META-ANALYSIS FOR BENEFIT TRANSFER
6.1 CHALLENGES AND LIMITATIONS OF META-ANALYSIS
6.2 SEA-LEVEL RISE: HEURISTICS BASED ON THE LITERATURE
7 DISCUSSION OF THE CURRENT STATE OF EVIDENCE AND KEY GAPS
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