Posts Tagged ‘climate change’



January 17th, 2019

Global Risks Report: Heightened Geopolitical and Geoeconomic Tensions

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extreme-weather-2Profound political, economic, societal, technological and environmental transformations are occurring at an unprecedented scale and pace and have become a part of day-to-day business life, according to the 14th edition of The Global Risks Report, prepared by the World Economic Forum (WEF) with the support of Marsh & McLennan Companies and other partners.

This year’s report highlights a divided and disrupted world, characterized by heightened geopolitical and geoeconomic tensions, rising technological instabilities and increased environmental concern due to climate change. Continue reading…

December 27th, 2018

Marsh & McLennan Companies Climate Resilience Microsite

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Extreme weather events, shifting regulations, evolving competition and increased actions by investors are just some of the challenges facing organizations - all driven by a growing focus on climate change.

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November 12th, 2018

Increasing Frequency of Extreme Weather Events in Asia Pacific

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_offset_472526_smallThe Asia Pacific may be the most adversely impacted region by the pronounced increase in the frequency of extreme weather events around the world. The Guy Carpenter Asia-Pacific Catastrophe Report 2017 projects an increase in economic losses from natural disasters in Asia, which amounted to USD 126 million a day between 2006 to 2015 (1).

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July 12th, 2018

How climate-resilient is your organization?

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reslience21Stakeholders are looking for greater transparency on the risks and opportunities presented by climate change and the shift to a low-carbon economy. This focus is increasing with the accelerating support for the recommendations of the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) released in June 2017.

However, organizations have questions about how to disclose on climate risks and what alignment to the TCFD recommendations means in practice; many are simply unsure how and where to get started.

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June 28th, 2018

Reporting Climate Resilience: The Challenges Ahead

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reslience21Companies in all sectors, including the financial-services industry, are being asked: What are the implications of climate change risks and opportunities for your organization’s financial performance? Organizations must identify, assess, and respond to the strategic and operational risks and opportunities presented by this changing business environment.

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June 7th, 2018

Captives’ Future Will Track with Global Risks

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What does the future hold for captives? Trends that may alter captive owners’ strategies include tax reform, climate change and emerging technologies.

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February 19th, 2018

Marsh & McLennan Companies Climate Resilience Handbook, 2018

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Marsh & McLennan Companies has developed a comprehensive framework to help organizations think through all aspects of climate resilience. The 2018 MMC Climate Resilience Handbook provides concise cases that will change the way you think about climate in the context of your organization in three categories of action.

August 22nd, 2017

Cat Modelling Challenges in Europe: Part II

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weatherhead_mark-sm1Mark Weatherhead, Head of Model Development - International

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While there is still uncertainty regarding the degree of impact from climate change, the likely consequences are subject to modelling. Increasing global temperatures are projected to impact the mid-latitude and polar regions more than the tropics.

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August 3rd, 2017

Public Sector Risk Financing Perspectives in Europe/Middle East/Africa: Part II: Public Sector Strategic Initiatives in EMEA

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Charles Whitmore, Managing Director

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Organizations throughout EMEA have significantly increased the establishment of strategic initiatives to close the protection gap and improve society’s ability to recover from the devastating impact of natural catastrophe losses. Marsh & McLennan Companies’ Risk & Insurance Services Segment, comprised of Guy Carpenter and Marsh, have developed resources and expertise to help clients in this area.

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