Climate consultancy

We support countries to understand the effects of climate change, manage climatic risks and develop climate adaptation strategies

Natural variations in the climate and longer-term changes due to human activities are increasingly affecting us and the environment we live in, including the availability of fresh water, food security, our health, energy demands, and social and economic infrastructures. We turn the leading edge science of the Met Office Hadley Centre into practical advice and specialist consultancy services, tailored to local conditions. This supports societies to be more resilient, to be able to prepare for and adapt to the impacts of climate change.

Our climate consultancy services include:

  • Developing  regional climate modelling systems for studying impact, vulnerability and adaptation, and projecting climate change
  • Assessing and managing the impacts of climate change and variability on physical and human systems, including water, agriculture, ecosystems, health and energy
  • Developing tools and services for strategic decision making (e.g. for climate change adaptation)
  • Analysing and developing techniques to improve the understanding and communication of climate risks
  • Training and support

Read more about our consultancy services in the case studies below: 

Southeast Asia Climate Analysis and Modelling Framework Southeast Asia Climate Analysis and Modelling Framework (PDF, 1 MB)

Water availability in Northern India Assessing the impact of climate change on water resources in Northern India (PDF, 648 kB)

Climate change in Maharashtra Climate change in Maharashtra (PDF, 501 kB)

Strengthening capacity to respond to climate change in Vietnam Strengthening capacity to respond to climate change in Vietnam (PDF, 546 kB)

Water availability in the River Nile Water availability in the River Nile (PDF, 291 kB)

Improving predictions of climate variability and change in Africa Improving predictions of climate variability and change in Africa (PDF, 1 MB)

Last updated: 28 July 2016

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