The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) has released a scoping review focusing on the indicators relevant to public health monitoring of climate change and health in England. As part of the Climate Change Act 2008, the UK government is obliged to monitor progress on adaptation, and this report aims to map the indicators of the climate risks to health identified in the UK’s ‘Third Climate Change Risk Assessment’. The report focuses on England and priorities for the UKHSA, with key areas of risk identified, including heat, cold, flooding, coastal change, vector-borne diseases, food security, food safety, water quality and availability, health, and social care services. The focus is progress in adaptation.


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