This document provides step-by-step guidance on estimating: the costs associated with damage to health due to climate change; the costs for adaptation in various sectors to protect health from such damage; and the efficiency of adaptation measures: the cost of adaptation versus the expected returns, or averted health costs. (WHO Regional Office for Europe)
This report presents the first national assessment of the magnitude and distribution of environmental health inequalities in the Maltese Islands, and responds to the commitments made at the Fifth Ministerial Conference on Environment and Health in Parma, Italy in 2010. (WHO Regional Office for Europe)
This publication provides practical information to governments, health agencies, and environmental and meteorological institutions, in both industrialized and developing countries, on quantitative and qualitative methods of assessing the vulnerability of human health and the adaptation of public health to climate change. (WHO Regional Office for Europe).
This publication presents projects and pilot-tests in countries that are experiencing climate-related problems (such as extreme events, water scarcity, glacier melting, permafrost thawing) that are projected to have severe health effects. (WHO Regional Office for Europe)
This publication provides up-to-date information on the health effects of climate change, as well as practical guidance on specific actions that decision-makers at different levels in health and other sectors can take now. (WHO Regional Office for Europe)
This document provides basic and flexible guidance on conducting a national or subnational assessment of current and future vulnerability (i.e. the susceptibility of a population or region to harm) to the health risks of climate change, and of policies and programmes that could increase resilience, taking into account the multiple determinants of climate-sensitive health outcomes. (WHO)