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17 Oct 2019
Swiss Re Group
Content Type: Blog
The Madaster concept of tracking use of construction materials to allow their reuse at the point of decommissioning was ...
By Vincent Eckert, Head Internal Environmental Management, Corporate Real Estate & Services
Swiss Re's holistic approach to sustainable infrastructure development A lack of infrastructure comes at an enormous economic ...
By Marcela Bortolamedi Cochrane, Operations Officer, Property & Specialty Underwriting
29 Sep 2020
As a risk manager I must have a certain degree of paranoia. What are we overlooking? Do others have better insights then we do? ...
By Patrick Raaflaub, Group Chief Risk Officer
13 Nov 2019
Swiss Re Institute
Content Type: Article
At this point in time most in the insurance and healthcare industries have heard about the benefits, and the inevitability, of ...
By Multiple Authors
23 Sep 2020
Swiss Re Institute
Content Type: Publication
Swiss Re Institute's Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services Index analysis highlights which economic sectors are most reliant on ...
18 Aug 2020
Fifteen years ago, Hurricane Katrina struck the US, inflicting significant loss of life and devastating damage.
By Marla Schwartz Pourrabbani, Senior Solutions Manager, Casualty Underwriting
02 Jun 2020
In this joint report, World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and Swiss Re Institute are collaborating to focus on the concept of spatial ...
08 Jun 2018
The annual services pollinators such as insects and bees provided to global crop yield and quality amounted to an estimated USD ...
06 Jun 2018
Making a beeline for disaster? The decline of pollinators puts agriculture at risk The biomass of flying insect populations in ...