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Climate Change Risk

Integrating Natural Disaster Risks &
Resilience Into the Financial System

Integrating climate and disaster risk into the financial system presents the opportunity to help save millions of lives and livelihoods in the coming decades and to protect billions in assets and property in a cost-effective and rational way when weighed against competing priorities.


Rowan Douglas | 10th November 2014

Including the Private Sector in
Disaster Risk Management

One of the great learnings of the last nine years of implementing the world’s first comprehensive agreement on disaster risk reduction, the Hyogo Framework for Action (HFA), is how vital it is to include the private sector in disaster risk management.


Margareta Wahistom | 10th November 2014
Natural Disaster

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Seasonal Climate Impact Prediction

We couldn’t possibly have anticipated Hurricane Sandy in advance of the season, or could we? Seasonal climate forecasts have been produced routinely for many years yet their uptake by the industry has been slow. Given that insurers and reinsurers live and die by high-impact ...


James Done | 10th November 2014

Willis Announces 1-in-100
Initiative at UN Climate Summit

Last month saw the UN Climate Summit taking place in New York, aiming to raise political momentum and mobilise action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and build resilience to climate risk, ahead of next year’s key climate change negotiations in Paris….


Olivia Gray | 7th November 2014

Lloyd’s Global Development Centre: Willis’ Julian Roberts on Agriculture

The Four Responses to Climate Change: Willis’ Dave Ingram on Reinsurance
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