The new London Environment Strategy sets out a sector-based approach to adaptation, in which LCCP will convene sector partners and relevant experts to share knowledge, identify priorities for action, and collaborate in resilience planning.
On June 29, experts from health and related sectors joined us for an initial discussion about the climate change impacts on London, the wider policy context for adaptation, and London’s approach to working with sectors and monitoring climate resilience in the capital.
Participants were asked to contribute their views about what a well-adapting health sector in London would look like, and how this could be achieved.
Supporting and Monitoring the Resilience of London’s Health Sector – Note of the meeting
Climate Change and Health Systems in the UK: Impacts, Vulnerability, and Monitoring – Sari Kovats, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Policy Context: The National Adaptation Programme – Nick Jackson, Defra
Evaluating Adaptation Progress in Sectors: Approach and Indicators – Kristen Guida, LCCP