Managing liabilities of European carbon capture and storage
Global Insurer Statement
ClimateWise, with The Munich Climate Insurance Initiative (MCII) and the United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative (UNEP FI), developed a joint statement in response to the IPCC 5th Assessment Report, supporting analysis that the effects of global warming are aggravating risk globally. The statement has become the foundation for supporting widespread action in response to society’s necessary transition to a zero-carbon, climate-resilient future.
Building resilience in underinsured markets
This study surveyed existing insurance schemes across the developing world and highlighted how the focus of the industry remained on risk transfer, rather than risk reduction. Analysis indicated that incorporating risk reduction into insurance schemes, even if there is not direct causality, can create better outcomes for economic development and the commercial viability of insurance.
Climate change and health
This draws on the fact that public health experts are increasingly demonstrating how mortality and morbidity is increasing from extreme weather events like heat waves and flooding.
Sustainable claims guidance
Launched at the 2012 Association of British Insurers’ Property Conference, this guidance document outlined a process to reduce the environmental impact of domestic property claims, applicable to all types of business.