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07 Jul 2021
Swiss Re Group
Content Type: Blog
Together the leaders have agreed to a ‘green revolution’, stepping up their own action on climate change.
By Urs Baertschi, Chief Executive Officer Reinsurance EMEA / Regional President EMEA
17 Jun 2021
Unlike the COVID-19 crisis, climate change is a global systemic risk for which there's no expiry date and no vaccine.
By Mike Mitchell, Head P&S Underwriting Reinsurance
02 Jun 2021
The global re/insurance industry is a key player in helping to decarbonise our economies and mitigate the risk of climate change.
By Moses Ojeisekhoba, Chief Executive Officer Reinsurance
17 May 2021
More governments can integrate nature-based solutions to manage extreme weather events
By Cherie Gray, Global Lead Sustainability & Market Development
16 Jun 2021
A risk gradually developing under the radar before emerges as an obvious danger is a convincing way to illustrate what we have ...
By Patrick Raaflaub, Group Chief Risk Officer
10 Nov 2020
Sustainability fundamentally comprises three pillars – economic, environmental and social, sometimes referred to as profit, ...
21 Sep 2021
Swiss Re Group
Content Type: Article
To avoid the worst impacts of climate change,. we need to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees.
08 Jul 2021
Swiss Re Institute
Content Type: Publication
To limit global warming to 2015 Paris Accord levels, the world's net emissions of greenhouse gases need to drop to zero by 2050.
By Multiple Authors
27 Jul 2021
Record floods in Germany, raging wildfires in the Northwest US and Canada, severe flooding in China.
Despite wide agreement to limit global warming to 1.5°C, we remain on the wrong trajectory.