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Join Swiss Re to contribute to predicting, preparing and protecting against the world's biggest risks to make society more resilient.
23 Sep 2020
Swiss Re Group
Content Type: Article
More than half of the global economy depends on the good health of the natural world.
04 Jun 2020
Swiss Re Institute
Content Type: Publication
Our SONAR report informs and inspires conversations about emerging risks, so the re/insurance industry can continue to build ...
By Multiple Authors
07 Apr 2020
Losses from natural catastrophes are on the rise. This is mainly due to economic growth in urban areas at risk. But climate ...
These five graphs show what we need to know about climate risk trends
03 Dec 2019
Natural disaster losses are high and rising. And climate change is further driving up the risk. How can we make insurance more ...
02 Dec 2019
Swiss Re decarbonises its business model
22 May 2019
Our SONAR report identifies new, changing and not-yet envisioned risks that the re/insurance industry needs to have on its radar.
26 Nov 2018
The personal and economic cost of flooding is increasing every year. Extreme weather events, heightened by climate change, ...
17 Nov 2018
Content Type: Article
Flash and river floods– increasingly taking many lives and putting economies under severe stress. We can help ensure the best ...
By Konrad Schoeck, Flood Lead, Swiss Re Institute
16 Oct 2018
The biggest risks facing operational wind farms are sharp falls in electricity prices and sharp falls in wind speed.