The Guy Carpenter Asia-Pacific Climate Impact Centre (GCACIC), a joint initiative of the City University of Hong Kong and Guy Carpenter, today released its fifth annual report presenting the highlights of the GCACIC's research activities from the past year. The report details the findings of 16 projects conducted by the GCACIC, which focus on climate problems in the ... Continue Reading »
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According to the IPCC Fourth Annual Assessment Report (AR4), the scientific consensus is that global warming is indeed an established scientific fact. The evidence is undeniable, and includes: 1. Increasing air temperatures 2. Increasing ocean water temperatures 3. Tree ring characteristics 4. Ice core sample chemical characteristics 5. Ice cap retreat ... Continue Reading »
Christopher Klein, Head of Global Business Intelligence Contact The scientific debate wrestles over both causation and existence of climate change. Putting aside any particular political stance, it behooves carriers to examine what could happen should the world indeed be getting warmer. Without getting wrapped up in scare tactics or predictions of worst-case scenarios, the ... Continue Reading »
Christopher Klein, Head of Global Business Intelligence Contact Climate change is happening. Or is it? It is caused by human action. Or is it? The arguments are bantered back and forth in a crossfire of disagreement over an issue that holds political, social, and emotional significance around the world. For every position there are sympathetic experts willing to present ... Continue Reading »