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2017 Set to Be Among the Most Expensive on Record After Year of Climate Disasters, Insurance Leaders Warn
21 November 2017 – A climate risk protection gap of US$1.7 trillion caused by extreme weather over the past decade opens up many new opportunities for insurers, says ClimateWise.
Located in Business Action / / ClimateWise (Insurance) / News
CIP AIRR pilot project, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
October 2016 – ClimateWise partners with Santam, Marsh, Sanlam, Munich Re, ICLEI, Global Infrastructure Basel and the UNEP FI PSI in an innovative collaborative model with the Dar es Salaam city leadership to manage the risks and opportunities associated with key public infrastructure projects.
Located in Business Action / / ClimateWise (Insurance) / News
How can the insurance industry support sustainable infrastructure in emerging economy cities?
16 May 2017 – ClimateWise publishes new guide to multi-sector collaboration on infrastructure risk and resilience.
Located in Business Action / / ClimateWise (Insurance) / News
Investors and lenders need better tools to manage climate risk to homes, mortgages and assets, finds new research
22 February 2019 – New open-source models from ClimateWise, a global insurance network, offer step-by-step guides to help the financial industry prepare for risks posed by climate change.
Located in Business Action / / ClimateWise (Insurance) / News
The City Innovation Platform: A guide to multi-sector collaboration on resilience
May 2017 – This guide looks at the City Innovation Platform (CIP), a two-day workshop in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania in 2016. The CIP explored how the public and private sectors can collaborate more effectively to deliver sustainable, financeable and insurable infrastructure projects. The workshop involved the active participation from a city network of senior Dar city officials, the insurance industry, asset managers and the private sector.
Located in Resources / Sustainable Finance