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Met Office Hadley Centre Climate Change Programme

Disclaimer: The data for this page has been produced from IATI data published by Department for Environment, Food, and Rural Affairs. Please contact them (Show Email Address) if you have any questions about their data.

Project Data Last Updated: 07/01/2021

IATI Identifier: GB-GOV-7-MOHC-001


Funding from UK government to deliver excellent climate research to provide an improved understanding of past climate and enable better projections to underpin national scientific capability and inform domestic and international policy commitments (e.g. Climate Change Act 2008 and UNFCCC negotiations). Climate models and underpinning science developed using MOHCCP funding are publically available and used as the foundation for many projects that aim to build resilience to a changing climate in developing countries. The models are used for developing systems in developing countries to produce climate projections. For example, the models have been used to analyse drought in the Horn of Africa, climate change impacts in Bangladesh and to build resilience to climate change in the Philippines.

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Sectors groups as a percentage of country budgets according to the Development Assistance Committee's classifications.


A comparison across six financial years of forecast spend and the total amount of money spent on the project to date.

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