Resources

For organisations

Finance and Banking

Bank of England

A comprehensive update on the Bank of England’s work in assessing and responding to climate-related financial risks.

Link to the organization

BSR's Inclusive Economy

The 2018 report demonstrates why and how business can act, and explores how to establish a deeper understanding of the nexus of an inclusive economy and climate throughout business.

Link to the report

The Dutch Central Bank (DNB)

The platform calls on companies to report on climate-related financial risks.

Link to the page

Transport and Logistics

United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE)

This 2013 UN Expert Group Report reviews relevant national initiatives, case studies and research projects, and share experiences on mode-specific adaptation measures.

Link to the report

BSR's Supply Chain Business Case

This 2018 report provides companies with the business case for action to drive resilience inside their companies and across supply chains.

Link to the report

Adaptive Logistics

The research paper presents frameworks on climate change impacts on logistics. It also introduces logistics specialists to some of the relevant scientific literature.

Link to the research paper

Health

EC and EEA

The portal by European Commission (EC) and European Environment Agency (EEA) provides a rich knowledge base on health and climate change adaptation frameworks and reports.

Link to the portal

BSR’s Health Business Case

The 2018 report demonstrates why and how business can act, and explores how to establish a deeper understanding of the nexus of health and climate throughout the business.

Link to the report

Infrastructure

The Dutch Spatial Adaptation Knowledge Portal

The Spatial Adaptation Knowledge Portal is the pre-eminent platform for climate adaptation in the Netherlands.

Link to the portal

OECD

The OECD supports countries’ efforts to prepare for the effects of a changing climate by providing impartial analysis, policy advice and supporting the sharing of experiences between the public and private sectors.

Link to the organization

Agriculture

World Resource Institute (WRI)

This 2018 working paper explores how transformtive adaptation can be achieved for agriculture by aligning adaptation projects along pathways and adjusting planning processes to incorporate longer-term, more systemic approaches.

Link to the report

Wageningen UR: Adapting Dutch agriculture to climate change

This review provides an overview of the expected climatic changes in the Netherlands and the
consequences of land use change on current agricultural practices. Subsequently,
adaptation strategies are summarized and discussed.

Link to the report

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For individuals

I know very little about climate change.
Where do I start?

101 with Bill Nye

A well-explained and easy video, which frames the issue nicely.

Link to the 4 minute video

The Netherlands and Climate Change

Simple and informative video regarding climate change causes and impacts in the Netherlands

Link to the 6 minute video

I have some understanding of climate change.
Tell me more?

How does the Netherlands take action?

Very nice overview and a good page on climate change and general actions in the Netherlands. Information by the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Enviornment.

Link to the website

10 Things You Can Do to Help the Environment and Yourself

Easy reminder of actions every individual can take to reduce environmental impacts. Information by WWF. 

Link to the website

I am ready to deep dive. Show me the intensely rich content?

Ready for the Dutch Climate Agreement

The draft of the Climate Agreement is ready. This means there is an extensive coherent package with which the Netherlands can reduce CO2 emissions by at least 49 percent by 2030.

Link to key points of the agreement

IPCC’s Fifth Assessment Report

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is the United Nations body for assessing the science related to climate change. Currently the sixth assessment report is being developed, which will be released in two years. The report is rather technical and definitely more complex. Nonetheless, it essentially represents the most reliable source of scientific evidence regarding climate change and its impacts.

Link to the report

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