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General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

Our GDPR policy explains why we need your name and email address and what we do with your personal information.

Why we are asking you to register

We now require registration for access to the mapping tool. The main reason for this is to allow us to track numbers and types of users more effectively. This information helps us to justify future investment in updates and to establish the types of update necessary. The second reason is to ensure that you agree to the terms and conditions of data use. These are listed on the registration page. By registering for the site you are also agreeing to the terms and conditions. A copy is provided in the email received on registration.

How information about you will be used

We will not share your information with any other Universities, companies or third parties beyond the Climate Just research team. We use your email address for registration purposes and we may use it to contact you about updates to the site to keep you informed of changes.

If at any time you wish to have your access to the mapping site removed you can email us via the Climate Just contact form and we will remove your access.

How information about you is stored

Your name, email address and password are stored in a secure online database at The University of Manchester. Your password is encrypted and not visible to us.

If you forget your password you can use the automated 'lost password' function to reset it.

Terms & Conditions

The Climate Just tool contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence

Full details can be found here: http://data.gov.uk/terms-and-conditions/

Contains derived data from the Office for National Statistics licensed under the Open Government Licence.
© Crown copyright and database right 2012

Contains Ordnance Survey data
© Crown copyright and database right 2012


The Neighbourhood Flood Vulnerability Index (NFVI) and Social Flood Risk Index (SFRI)

This data remain the IPR of Sayers and Partners LLP but are provided free of charge for non-commercial use within the Climate Just website.

This excludes commercial use of the data (selling or reselling the data directly or within derived products, or for paid research or consultancy).

The origin and IPR of the data (specifically the NFVI and SFRI) should be clearly acknowledged as from Sayers and Partners Sayers, P . B ., Horritt, M ., Penning Rowsell, E ., and Fieth, J . (2017. Present and future flood vulnerability, risk and disadvantage: A UK scale assessment. A report for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation published by Sayers and Partners LLP.

Sayers and Partners

The socio-spatial heat vulnerability Index and heat disadvantage data

These data remain the IPR of the University of Manchester but are provided free of charge for non-commercial use within the Climate Just website and via the associated download.

This excludes commercial use of the data (selling or reselling the data directly or within derived products, or for paid research or consultancy).

The origin and IPR of the data should be clearly acknowledged as from Lindley, S. J., O’Neill, J., Kandeh, J., Lawson, N., Christian, R. & O’Neill M. (2011) "Climate change, justice and vulnerability", Joseph Rowntree Foundation Report, York http://www.jrf.org.uk/publications/climate-change-justice-and-vulnerability.

Further data acknowledgements should be made according to item 2 above. Furthermore, the heat disadvantage data are derived from UKCP09 data and any use should also carry the acknowledgement below.

Data Acknowledgement: UKCP09 © Crown Copyright 2009. The UK Climate Projections (UKCP09) have been made available by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) and the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) under licence from the Met Office, UKCIP, British Atmospheric Data Centre, Newcastle University, University of East Anglia, Environment Agency, Tyndall Centre and Proudman Oceanographic Laboratory. These organisations give no warranties, express or implied, as to the accuracy of the UKCP09 and do not accept any liability for loss or damage, which may arise from reliance upon the UKCP09 and any use of the UKCP09 is undertaken entirely at the users risk.

The supply of data in no way implies or leads to an expectation of support in the use of these data. No updates or modifications will necessarily be made available. The University of Manchester does not make any warranty as to the accuracy of these data and will accept no liability for any inaccuracies in the dataset. There is no liability accepted by the University of Manchester in relation to any issues or liabilities that may subsequent arise from use of the data for any purpose. A list of caveats and limitations is available via the ClimateJust map portal.


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