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  1. Mitigating climate risk

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    Mitigating climate risk The effects of climate change and global warming are already evident and shaking up our risk landscape: warmer average temperatures, rising sea levels, melting ice caps, longer and more frequent heatwaves, erratic rainfall patterns

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  2. Keeping wind farms going when the wind doesn’t blow

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    Mitigating climate risk(Click here to get to the topic overview page) Keeping wind farms going when the wind doesn’t blow Summary The biggest risks facing operational wind farms are sharp falls in electricity prices and sharp falls in wind speed. Over the

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  3. Swiss Re SONAR 2015: New emerging risk insights

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    Swiss Re SONAR 2015: New emerging risk insights This year's emerging risks update analyses risks such as de-globalisation, super natural catastrophes, financial repression and the challenges posed by the "internet of things."

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  4. Swiss Re SONAR 2016: New emerging risk insights

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    Swiss Re SONAR 2016: New emerging risk insights Risk management is not just about managing risks in the present. It is about anticipating future risks – and risks are emerging everywhere. Foresight information is key to enable fast, yet high-quality decisi

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  5. Economics of Climate Adaptation – Shaping climate-resilient development

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    Economics of Climate Adaptation – Shaping climate-resilient development Storms, floods, droughts and other extreme weather events can threaten cities, regions and entire nations. Losses from natural catastrophes are rising, as wealth accumulates in the wor

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  6. Solutions: climate and natural disaster risk

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    Solutions: climate and natural disaster risk Losses from climate and natural disaster risks are key driver of the re/insurance business. Our solutions help strengthen resilience against such risks. Managing climate and natural disaster risk is at the core

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  7. Fueling resilience – Climate and Wildfire Risk in the United States

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    Fueling resilience – Climate and Wildfire Risk in the United States This report was authored by students of the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) as part of a practicum project in the Energy, Resources, and Environmen

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  8. Strengthening society's resilience to climate change

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    Strengthening society's resilience to climate change Climate Week NYC 2012 and The Clinton Global Initiative, two thought provoking events, began on Monday 24 September in New York City. Swiss Re is proud to be a major sponsor and participant of both event

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  9. Pandemics in a changing climate - Evolving risk and the global response

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    Pandemics in a changing climate - Evolving risk and the global response Pandemic outbreaks can be economically devastating for the affected countries, overwhelming public finances and reversing hard-won development gains. The immediate economic disruption

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  10. Lights out: The risks of climate and natural disaster

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    Lights out: The risks of climate and natural disaster This report was authored by students of the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) as part of a practicum project in the Energy, Resources and environment Program. The

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