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 1.2: Scoping Futures (2/7)

Rationales and Background

Q1: Use 1 to 5 stars (*****) to indicate how the following FORESIGHTING rationales best relate to the study?

FORESIGHT Rationale Relevance
Forecasting TEEPSE events/developments
Orienting policy and strategy development
Recognising drivers/impacts of TEEPSE changes
Engaging key stakeholders and decision-shapers
Identifying key/emerging TEEPSE issues
Generating (shared) visions and scenarios
Identifying risks, grand challenges and opportunities
* = none/very low
** = low
*** = moderate
**** = high
***** = very high
TEEPSE = technological, economic, environmental, political, social, ethical
STI = science, technology and innovation

Q2a: What background events can be related the study? Please indicate up to 5 events that led to the study

Background event related to the study Indicate the type of event

Q2b: What background documents/initiative can be related to the study

Background document/initiative Type Use in the project

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