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Lectures | 18 Jan 2017
In this Insurance institute of London (IIL) aviation lecture Dr Paul Williams discussed the impacts that climate change could have on air travel, including increased turbulence and modified flight paths and journey times.
Research | 27 Jan 2016
An expert analysis into the issues and agreements made at the Paris climate change conference and their implications for insurance.
Research | 19 Nov 2015
Climate change has important implications for us as insurers and individuals. The world summit in Paris on climate change in December 2015, known as COP21, therefore merits our attention.
News items | 06 Nov 2013
In September, the United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) published its Fifth Assessment Report giving the clearest evidence yet of human-induced climate change. This briefing summarises this report and offers some implications.
Lectures | 23 Oct 2012
While global warming is one of the largest risks of change for the insurance industry, climate change mitigation and adaptation measures also open up new business chances for the insurance industry like innovative covers for renewable energies.
Lectures | 27 Jul 2012
In this special lecture held as part of the CII's Chartered Centenary celebrations, John R Coomber (chairman, Climatewise and non-executive director and former CEO, Swiss Re) addresses how the increasing effects of climate change are impacting the insurance industry and what actions insurer...
Research | 20 Jun 2012
Government Chief Scientific Adviser Sir John Beddington summarises the potential implications of climate change on a major economy such as the UK.
Research | 14 Jun 2012
Inherent uncertainty means that every statement made in relation to climate change risk must be caveated, but that is not an excuse for inaction. In this thinkpiece, John Coomber (Chairman of ClimateWise and former CEO of SwissRe) suggests three areas worthy of thought for insurers and...
Lectures | 01 Jan 2010
Climate change - post-Copenhagen agenda. Lecture delivered by Nick Starling (Director of General Insurance, ABI) on 20 January 2010.
 
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