Mapping: IPCC - Human health: Climate Change 2007

This chapter (Chapter 8 of the IPCC Fourth Assessment Report) describes the observed and projected health impacts of climate change, current and future populations at risk, and the strategies, policies and measures that have been and can be taken to reduce impacts. The chapter reviews the knowledge that has emerged since the Third Assessment Report (TAR) (McMichael et al., 2001). Published research continues to focus on effects in high-income countries, and there remain important gaps in information for the more vulnerable populations in lowand middle-income countries.

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Annexe 1.4: Scoping Futures (4/7)

Methodology and Work Plan

Step 1: Methods Selection

Q1a: Please indicate the qualitative methods used by/in the study.

Method type Quantity
Conferences/Workshops 1
Expert Panels 1

Q1b: Please indicate the quantitative methods used by/in the study.

Method type Quantity

Q1c: Please indicate the semi-quantitative methods used by/in the study.

Method type Quantity

Step 2: Methods Assessment and Work Plan

Methods Assessment

1. Conferences/Workshops

Supported by
FLA Phases supported Scoping Futures
Mobilising Futures
Anticipating Futures
Recommending Futures
Strenghts
Weaknesses

2. Expert Panels

Supported by
FLA Phases supported Scoping Futures
Mobilising Futures
Anticipating Futures
Recommending Futures
Strenghts
Weaknesses

Work Plan / Q1: List up to 15 core activities (work packages) of the study. Core activities (also known as work packages) are the main building blocks of foresight and forward-looking activities. Activities are often, but not necessarily, built around methods.

No. Activity/work package Leader/Responsible Work package URL