An ad hoc committee will organize and convene a public meeting on modeling the health risks of climate change and emerging scientific approaches to enhance model robustness. Meeting discussions will explore the state-of-development of a range of health risk models (for health impacts of heat stress and air pollution, vector-borne disease, water-born infectious disease, etc.); new data on and approaches to incorporate future scenarios of exposure-response and human system vulnerabilities (e.g. in infrastructure, food or water delivery systems, etc.); and approaches to integrate health risks into models of aggregated impact of climate change.