Climate Change and the Demand for
CPM Report No.: CPM-03-107
By: Downing, T.E, Butterfield, R.E., Edmonds, B., Knox, J.W., Moss, S.,
Piper, B.S. and Weatherhead, E.K. (and the CCDeW project team)
Date: 8th April 2003
Downing, T.E, Butterfield, R.E.,
Edmonds, B., Knox, J.W., Moss, S., Piper, B.S. and Weatherhead, E.K.
(and the CCDeW project team) (2003). Climate Change and the Demand for
Water, Research Report, Stockholm Environment Institute Oxford Office,
The Department for
Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (formerly DETR) commissioned
a consortium to evaluate the impact of climate change on the
demand for water in England and Wales. The project began in
June 2000 and produced the final report in February 2003.
The CCDEW project was undertaken by a consortium of leading
Environment Institute Oxford Office led the project. The project
was initiated in the University of Oxford's Environmental Change
Institute. The SEI Oxford Office was established when the ECI
research group on climate and society joined the SEI network.
The SEI led the domestic demand modelling.
contributed to the domestic demand assessment and led the work
on industrial and commercial demand.
- Cranfield University's Institute of Water and
the Environment carried out the agricultural assessment.
for Policy Modelling, Manchester Metropolitan University
led the agent-based simulation.
Published by the Oxford branch of the Stockholm Environment