The National Association of Cider Makers (NACM) carried out a study on the implications of unavoidable climate change for the UK cider industry. The report was produced on a low budget, by the industry for the industry.
Milton Keynes Council used key findings from UKCP09 to find projected changes to climate trends for the south east of England.
Redevelopment of Redhill school in Worcestershire included a climate change impact assessment.
Oxfordshire County Council considered the risks to property stock from current weather, particularly summertime overheating.
The urban heat island effect may be more acutely felt in deprived areas – a Manchester-based project focused on urban greening to reduce these effects.
CIBSE have taken steps to take climate change into consideration in their technical guidance in order to build the capacity of their members’ profession.
Integrating climate change adaptation into two regeneration projects – Barking Riverside & Barking Town Centre.