The Economics of Adaptation: Concepts, Methods and Examples is a guide for practitioners to assess economic benefits and costs of avoiding climate change damages through adaptation by developing these estimates using existing tools and data.

A publication launched by the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) DTU Partnership (UDP) and the Climate Technology Centre and Network (CTCN) showcases practices that have been developed in monitoring and evaluating climate change adaptation.

The report, titled 'Framework for Infrastructure Assets: A Case Study of Konkan Railways,' summarizes the uncertainties and risks that infrastructure assets face due to climate variability and suggests possible adaptation strategies.

Climate change-induced natural disasters represent an additional stress on a country’s infrastructure. In India, investments of US$ 120 billion have been planned for infrastructure asset creation during 2011–2012. This article highlights some crucial reverse impacts of environment on the energy, aviation, water supply and irrigation, road, communications, posts, health and housing, and railway infrastructure assets. The critical climate parameters of temperature, precipitation, sea level rise and extreme events pose direct and indirect impacts on infrastructure assets.