The report, from CCC’s Adaptation Sub-Committee is the first independent assessment of the Scottish Climate Change Adaptation Programme, which was published in 2014.
Lord Krebs, convenor of the adaptation sub-committee, is due to appear in front of the Parliamentary ECCLR committee at Holyrood.
A CCC spokesman explained: “We’ve reviewed Scotland’s progress on reducing vulnerability to climate impacts, including:
- “The resilience of Scotland’s natural environment to climate impacts (including agriculture, fisheries and forestry, species, ecosystems and the marine food chain, amongst other areas);
- “Current plans to increase the resilience of buildings and infrastructure to climate change impacts, including a review of flood protection for communities and resilience of Scotland’s infrastructure networks during periods of extreme weather (amongst other things), and:
- “Society: This includes an assessment of plans to manage risks from extreme weather (especially hot/cold weather) to people and impacts on the health and social care system in Scotland.”