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  1. Building societal resilience

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    Building societal resilience Technological and economic development, population growth, ageing populations and other societal trends are putting people and assets in jeopardy. Swiss Re's work in the areas of health & longevity, food security and infrastruc

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  2. Societal environment

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    Societal environment The "Swiss Re SONAR 2018, New emerging risk insights" report aims to get us talking about what tomorrow's risk landscape could look like. The plastic in our veins – health risks from tiny particles If it’s proven that plastic particles

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  3. Protectionism on the rise?

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    Protectionism on the rise? Since the election of Donald Trump, the US has become more vocally protectionist. What is often overlooked, though, is that the trend is unclear or going in the opposite direction in other parts of the world. For example, the Bre

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  4. 11th CRO Assembly: Technological and societal change

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    11th CRO Assembly: Technological and societal change Population-scale adoption of new digital technologies has produced novel working patterns and business models. Communities made up of providers and consumers of goods and services, organised through comp

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  5. Insurance in poverty reduction: a case from China

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    Insurance in poverty reduction: a case from China Researchers at Peking University in Beijing explore whether insurance can reduce poverty in China in a report released in partnership with Swiss Re Institute. Insurance in poverty reduction: a case from Chi

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  6. Building resilience to the economic threat of invasive species

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    Building resilience to the economic threat of invasive species This report, written by students of the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), investigates the impact of invasive species on private industries, public utili

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  7. Using technology to help manage diabetes

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    Using technology to help manage diabetes Summary Today estimates show approximately 451 million adults – that's 1 in 11 - have diabetes. This comes with a huge economic cost: the annual global price tag to treat the condition is USD 1.3 trillion. However,

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  8. Closing the gap in Heilongjiang: Building climate resilience in rural provinces

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    Closing the gap in Heilongjiang: Building climate resilience in rural provinces China experiences frequent natural disasters, often causing deaths and widespread damage. If recovery measures are delayed, it can spell long-term disaster for the economy of a

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  9. Is the insurance industry keeping pace with technological and societal change?

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    Is the insurance industry keeping pace with technological and societal change? In a world where individual consumers are the focus of digital development, the population-scale adoption of new technologies has resulted in new working patterns and business m

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  10. Using human motivation, behaviour tech & karma to engage and improve elderly life

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    Using human motivation, behaviour tech & karma to engage and improve elderly life Societies are ageing rapidly. More older people are living alone, and increasingly we are seeking solutions to healthy living around technology, such as sensors apps and alar

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