Commitment to climate policy in the emerging world is strongest in countries most vulnerable to the impacts of global warming and in those with effective governments, but weakest in those reliant on fossil-fuel income, according to new analysis by Oxford Analytica and WTW.
Globally 100m people were forced to flee their homes in 2021 due to violence, human rights abuses, food insecurity, the climate crisis, war in Ukraine and other emergencies according to a new UN report.
Floods and droughts are likely to cost major global cities $194bn annually by 2050 according to a new research.
Simply blaming climate change for the catastrophic impact of severe weather events that cause devastating damage, is not good enough according to a new report.
Digital wearables, smartwatches and fitness trackers pose unique threats to the security and privacy of customer data according to a new document released by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).
PERILS, the independent Zurich-based company providing industry-wide catastrophe insurance data, has extended its market coverage to include exposure and event loss data for the perils of wind and flood in Japan.
Fewer than a quarter of the 200 largest worldwide insurers have 'truly digitalised the value chain' according to a new study by ACORD, the standards-setting body for the global insurance industry.
Businesses should prepare for a rise in civil unrest as the cost-of-living crisis follows hard on the heels of the COVID pandemic, according to a new report by Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty (AGCS) .
Climate change, if left unchecked, could cost the global economy $178tn over the next 50 years according to a report by Deloitte.
Thawing permafrost and quantum computing lead the emerging risks facing companies and their insurers according to Swiss Re's latest SONAR report. The global reinsurer said that climate change is creating 'a new generation of emerging risks'.