Heat stress scenario viewer
Below, you find a set up of the climateclimate
Click on the indicator to the right-hand side of the map to activate it, and then select the timeframe and the scenario to view the differences.
All datasets are available in the CLIPC Climate indicator toolkit as well, and all indicators are processed using the view and combine services provided. If you want to create your own, more detailed, analysis please visit the toolkit.
Time Period in time for which the values of the indicator are presented.
Scenario Scenarios can be thought of as stories of possible futures. They allow the description of factors that are difficult to quantify. In the context of climate change scenarios are used for the future development of factors such as governance, social structures, future population growth, technical development and agriculture. These descriptions are essential to model the future climate.">
Choose indicatorClimate indices are developed in a simplified way to communicate more complex climate change impact relations.
Societal Impacts (Tier 3)Tier 3 climate impact indicators are indicators that are based on meteorological data combined with a sensitivity, plus a socio economic effect, e.g. the economical loss of a sensitive area due to flooding as a result of increased precipitation.
Environmental Impacts (Tier 2)Tier 2 climate impact indicators are indicators that are based on meteorological data combined with a sensitivity like for climate change like “population density”.
- Historical summer days minus heat resistance (normalized min/max)
Climate Statistics/Indices (Tier 1)Tier 1 climate indicators are indicators that are based fully on meteorological data, e.g. the amount of tropical days per year.
- Summer days (> 25 degrees)