sigma 2/2020 - Natural catastrophes in times of economic accumulation and climate change
All eyes are now on the Covid-19 threat, which may soon go away. Let's not forget the other major threats that the world is facing. Climate change is the biggest threat to our lives in the longer-term. Here we are with Irina Fan, the Head of Insurance Market Analysis of the Swiss Re Institute and Lucia Bevere, Senior Catastrophe Data Analyst of the Swiss Re Institute who will share insights on the latest sigma research report on natural catastrophes and man-made disasters, which focuses ultimately on climate change.
The session covers:
- Recent global catastrophic activity triggered a sense of urgency for climate action;
- Deep dive on the key drivers of rising catastrophe losses;
- Evidence of climate change in weather related losses;
- How could we address climate change.
You can watch the recording below: