Policy paper

Adapting the ICT sector to the impacts of climate change

Analysis of the risks and adaptation options for the ICT sector in respect of climate change.

This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

Documents

Adapting the ICT sector to the impacts of climate change

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Adapting the ICT sector to the impacts of climate change: report summary

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The UK is reliant on a set of critical infrastructures for, among other things, water, energy, transport and communications to enable much of what we do every day.

This report presents the findings of a scoping study to explore the impacts of climate change on the ICT sector and the potential for adaptation. It covers risks, cross-sectoral implications and adaptation. It also includes 3 case studies dealing with weather and climate impacts.

Published 9 August 2010