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As the (re)insurance industry has continued to step up its efforts to fight climate change, there has also been an increasing focus on protecting natural ecosystems.
With the identification of climate action failure as the most impactful risk, public and private actors have reached a consensus about the far-reaching long-term harmful effects of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases on the environment.
Contributing to sustainability and the fight against climate change has become an emerging priority for the insurance industry.
Recent announcements at COP26, the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference and renewed calls for action to mitigate global warming demand action from businesses.
How has extreme weather historically impacted aviation insurers in the region? And with climate and weather patterns changing, what sort of claims might we see in the future?
Many risk-modelling firms and their experts have been keeping a close eye on climate change and its effects on Nat CAT across the world.
As well as being a threat to public health, antimicrobial resistance poses a palpable risk to insurers, with direct implications extending along three main dimensions: Antimicrobial resistance, mortality risk by age and cost per case of insured illnesses, says The Geneva Association.