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Addressing loss and damage - a nuanced approach

Adaptation to climate change is an important element of the new climate agreement being negotiated in Paris (www.swissre.com ...

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Disasters & climate change can weaken sovereign ratings

Simulations indicate that natural disasters can weaken sovereign ratings by up to several notches (click here to find out more ...

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Roof heating to combat ice-damming… really!?

It's been an unseasonably warm winter so far and in the North East I even had friends that were ...

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Calm before the (inevitable) storm

November 30 officially marked the close of the 2015 Atlantic hurricane season, and for the 10th year in a row ...

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Pricing Environmental Risk to Mainstream Sustainability

While the comparatively few corporate pioneers are reducing their dependency and impacts on the environment, quantifying environmental risks in monetary ...

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Don't risk your credit (rating) …

Just as the 2015 U.N. climate change talks (popularly known as COP21) are about to start, rating agency Standard ...

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El Niño: Let's not limit the conversation to the weather

Kin Hubbard, an early 20th century American journalist, once said, "Don't knock the weather. If it didn't change ...

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Sandy at 3 years: Are we really back?

On November 2nd, 2012, the Star Ledger, one of New Jersey's largest newspapers, published the headline, "We Will Come ...

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Closing Canada’s protection gap

What does a prepaid debit card have to do with Canada’s flood insurance shortfall? Those prepaid debit cards issued ...

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High water, low take-up

South Carolina is a state of dramatic contrast. From the tarpaper shacks of the Low Country to the elegant neighborhoods ...

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Remembering the 1985 Mexico City earthquake, planning ahead

September 19th, 1985, started like any other typical Thursday in Mexico City. People were rushing off to work and to ...

STORY URL: http://www.forbes.com.mx/lecciones-del-terremoto-de-1985-en-el-df-estas-preparado/
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Dear Mr Mayor - the case for resilience is clear!

A large number of big city mayors gathered in Dalian on the occasion of WEF China last week to discuss ...

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Why I finally closed my earthquake Protection Gap

I've worked with catastrophe models for more than 20 years and for the last 11 of those I've ...

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Bridging the property protection gap

Last week, Typhoon Etau tore into Japan's east coast, causing severe flooding and the evacuation of thousands. Wildfires have ...

STORY URL: http://www.swissre.com/sigma/
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