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Table No. ____.

Impacts of Climate Change to the different Sectors/Sub-Sectors

Change Sectors/Sub-sectors Primary Secondary Tertiary
Suspended classes Lost chances for Low performances
Social Sector learning rates
Education Damage school Additional
facilities maintenance cost
Contamination of Increase water-borne Increased
Increased Potable Water diseases Morbidity/mortality
Precipitation Sources
Increase Vector Increase Vector borne- Increased
(Flooding) Health Breeding Places Diseases Morbidity/mortality
Flooded Roads Disrupted garbage Illegal Dumping
Low Food Low Food Supply Malnutrition
production Health Risk
Disrupted Family Low Quality of Life
Social Welfare Living
Disrupted Family Food Shortage Malnutrition
Disruption of Daily Opportunities to Bad Area Image
Living Crime Increased Gov’t Expenditures for
Protective services
Protective Services Loss of Lives
Disruption of Daily Resistance of Loss of Properties
Living Households to
Loss of properties Increase Poverty

Housing Damage of High Cost of Repair or

Unacceptable Replacement
Dwelling Units
Infrastructure Flooded Roads and Lesser Roads to Use Traffic Congestion
Transport Bridges Disruption of mobility Low productivity
of people and goods High prices of goods
Roads and drainage Inaccessibility of Inavailability of food supply
are damaged goods and services Increase morbidity
Lifelines and other Disruption in mobility Low income/low production/
infrastructures are of people and goods low supply
Bridge approaches Disruption of health Increase incidence of infectious
submerged in water services delivery diseases, severe or fatal
(supplies, equipments complications of lifestyle related
and records are diseases (hypertension/diabetes)
damaged) Increase risk of epidemics
Roads and bridges Delivery of relief Low productivity
impassable services (food, water,
medicines) takes time
Water and much effort
High Water Levels in Vector Breeding Places Increased Water Borne Diseases
Low Lying Areas
Contamination of
Telecommunications Water Sources
Power Signal Interference Delayed Transmission Services Inefficiency
Brownouts Longer Lead Time Loss of Manhours/Human Stress
Economic Sector
Agriculture Crop Water Logging Crop Damage Low Crop production(Low Food
Supply, Low Input to Commerce
and Industry, Income Loss)
Increased production
Loss production
Increase Alluvial Soil Fertile Soil Income Loss
Erosion Loss of Agriland
Damage to Delayed Crop Low Fish Supply
Infrastructure transport Low Input to Commerce
Damage to fish Low Fish Production and Industry
Habitat Income loss
Low Meat Suuply
Low Input to Commerce and
Low Meat Production Industry
Poor Animal Health Income Loss

Poor Animal Health High

Commerce Disrupted Business Loss of Opportunity Income Loss
/Industry/Tourism Damage to business High Cost of repair
Damage to Delayed Crop Opportunity Loss
Infrastructure Transport
Facilities Income Loss
Decreased tourist
volume Low Input to Production Decline
Low Crop/Animal Commerce and -Income Loss
Production Industry
Low Food Supply Expensive Import Substitute
-High Cost of Living
Increase Poverty
Income Loss

Solid Waste No Garbage Proliferation of Illicit Visual Nuisance
Collection Service Dumps
Increase in Leachate Increase Water-borne
Garbage is carried to Increased water-borne
the waters diseases
Garbage carried to Clogged drainage Increased water-borne diseases
drainage canals canals and inlets
Soak Waste materials Less Opportunity to
Recycle Water-borne diseases
Liquid Waste Overflow/Back flow Surface ground
from canals contamination Water-borne diseases
Flooding Waste water mixed to
flood water
Liquid wastes drains Contamination of
to rivers bodies of water Better Quality
Air Quality Increase in humidity Decrease suspended
of Air particulates Visual Nuisance
Stagnant Water Foul Odor Aggravated Settlements
Forest Land Soil Erosion Siltation of Waterways Improved Biodiversity
Increased Water Increased vegetation Migration and Death of fresh
Water Resources Levels Contamination of water habitants
Soil and other Fresh Water
pollutants carried to
bodies of water Improved Biodiversity
Increase in Water
Increased Social Sector
(Heat Wave) Education Increase Truancy Loss Chances for Low Performance rates
Unconducive Increase Power Cost
Health Human Stress Increased Morbidity Increased Mortality
Increase Poverty
Social Welfare Health Risk(Elderly) Increased Morbidity
Increased Mortality
Protective Services Increased Fire Increased Fire Incident Loss of Lives
Hazard Injuries
Loss of Properties
Housing Fire Hazard Increased Fire Loss of Lives
(Unacceptable Incidence Loss of properties
Dwelling Units)
Transport Increase in Increase health Risk High Cost of Repair
Suspended for Pedestrian and
Particulates Commuters High Cost of Living
Increased Volume of
Human Stress Accident Increased Morbidity/Mortality
Increase Morbidity

Overheating of High Cost of Repair

Tires/Engines and
Asphalt Roads
Machine Stress Inefficiency and
Failure of Machine
Water Increase Water Increase Water Bill
Human Stress Increase
Telecommunications Signal Leakage Loosened Connectors Area Signal Loss
Power High Cost of Energy Increase Power Bill High Cost of Living
Human Stress Increased Morbidity/Mortality
Economic Sector
Decrease in yield of Low productivity Low Income
Poor Animal Health Breeding Delays or Reduction of Livestock Quality
Unfilled Pregnancy
Increased Humidity Increased
Commerce Production Slow Low Input to Less Sales
/Industry/Tourism Down Commerce and Less Income
Income Loss Increased Poverty
Low Livestock/Food Expensive Import/Substitute
Supply High Cost of Living

Faster Evaporation Increase Humidity Increase Demand for cooling and

- Increase Demand for power
- High Cost of living
Damage to Equipment
- Increase maintenance
Environment Sector
Solid Waste Heat Wave Spontaneous Increased Respiratory
Combustion of Diseases
Increased Heating of Increase GHG
Garbage Emission
Increase Opportunity
to Recycle
Liquid Waste Increased Increased Evaporation
Evaporation of Increase in Suspended
Liquid Content Particulates
Air Quality Drought Reduce water levels
Dry Air)
Forest Land Increase in Plant/tree withering Reduced vegetation
Evapotranspiration and dying Increased forest fire hazard

Water Resources Increased water Increase Evaporation Low water level

temperature Low Oxygen Migration and death of fresh
water habitants
Loss of biodiversity
Reduced Social Sector
Precipitation Education Power/Water Poor hygiene Health Risk
(Drought) Shortage Disrupted Classes Lost Chances for Learning/Low
Performance rates
Increased Truancy Increased OSYs
Health Low Water Lower Lead Time Human Stress/Poor
Pressure/Power Hygiene/Health Risk
Increased Suspended Increased Health Risk Increased Morbidity/Mortality
Particulates for Pedestrian and
Commuters Malnutrition/Health Risk
Low Food Low Food supply
Social Welfare Reduced Physical Health Risk Increased
Activities Morbidity/Mortality/Aggravated
Protective Services Low Food Low Food Opportunities for
Production Supply/Low Income Crime/Increased Crime
Housing Increased Demand Price Increased
for Housing
Increased Demand of High Cost of Living
Power for Coolong
Infrastructure Sector
Transport Increased in Increased Health Risks Loss of Manhours/Human Stress
Suspended for Pedestrian and Lower Productivity/Increased
Particulates Commuters Morbidity
Water Low Water Pressure Increased Cost of Loss of Manhours/Human Stress
Operation Lower Productivity/Increased
Longer Lead Time Morbidity/Mortality
Income Loss

Telecommunications Power Interruption City Systems Failure

High Cost of
Loss of Opportunity
Power Power Shortage Brownouts

Economic Secor
Agriculture Food Supply Pest and Disease Low Food Production
Disturbance Outbreak - Low Input to Commerce and
- Reduced Animal Feeds
- Income Loss
- Low Food Supply
Poor Germination Stunted Growth Low Food Production
Damage to Fish Low Fishery Low Fish Supply
Habitat Production -

Commerce Low Water and Increased Cost of Low Input to Commerce and
/Industry/Tourism Power Supply Operation Industry
Longer Lead Time Income Loss
Decreased Tourist Income Loss - Decreased Employment
Volume Increased Poverty

Lost in Manpower Hours

Solid Waste Increased in GHG Increased
Emission Morbidity/Mortality
Combustion of
Garbage Piles
Dry Waste Materials Opportunity to
Liquid Waste
Air Quality Very Dry Air Increased In Increased Respiratory Diseases
(Desertification) Suspended
Forest Land Reduced Vegetation Soil Erosion
Reduced Forest Land
Productivity/Reduced Ground
Loss of Biodiversity
Water Resources Reduced/LowWater Migration and Death Loss of Biodiversity
Levels of Fresh Water
Decreased Social Sector
Temperature Education
(Cold Wave) Increased Energy High Cost of Living
Increased Truancy Low Performance Health Risk
Decreased Water Poor Hygiene Health Risk
Health Increased Bacteria Increased Non- Increased Morbidity/Mortality
and Viral Growth Communicable
Social Welfare Health Risk Increased Mortality
(Elderly, PWDs and Increased Morbidity
Increased Fertility for Aggravated Poverty
Poor Families
Protective Services Increased Alcohol Increased Crime
Increased Gambling
Housing Increased Child Birth Crowded Housing Aggravated Poverty
Among Poor Facilities Increased Child Birth Among
Families Poor Families
Lifeline Infrastructure and
Critical Point Facilities
Transport No Perceived Impact
Water Slow Evaporation Increased Bacteria and
Loss Viral Growth
Higher Rates of Water
Aquifer Recharging
Telecommunications No Perceived Impact
Power No Perceived Impact
Natural Resource/Urban Stunted Crop Low Production Low Input to commerce and
Use and Commerce Growth industry
Agriculture Low Food Supply
Income Loss
Poor Animal Health High Morbidity and Low Meat/Egg/Milk Production
Mortality Rate - Low Input to Commerce and
- Low Meat/Egg/Milk Supply
- Income Loss/Increased
Commerce Conducive Increased Production
/Industry/Tourism Conditions for Increased Tourists
Commerce, Industry Increased Sales
and Tourism
Solid Waste Slower
Slow Evaporation of
Liquid Content
Liquid Waste Decreased rate of Increased Bacteria and Stagnant Water
Evaporation Viral Growth - Foul Smell
- Respiratory Nuisance
Air Quality Increase in humidityIncreased respiratory Difficulty in breathing
of Air diseases
Decreased Suspended Better Air Quality
Forest Land Decrease Increased Water Increased Vegatation/Improved
Evapotranspiration Levels Biodievrsity
Water Resources Reduced Evaporation Increase in Water Improved Biodiversity

Increase in Water

Improved Biodiversity

Reduced Evaporation