All pages with keywords: climate risks

Loss and Damage from Climate Change

Loss and Damage from Climate Change

a book by Swenja Surminski 30 November, 2018

This book provides an authoritative insight on the Loss and Damage discourse by highlighting state-of-the-art research and policy linked to this discourse and articulating its multiple concepts, principles and methods. … read more »


Insurance and climate risk: the critical role of regulators

Commentary 14 November, 2018

By Dave Jones, California Insurance Commissioner (January 2011–January 2019) Insurance regulators have a critical role to play in making sure insurance companies are addressing the risks associated with climate change. … read more »


Where next for sustainable insurance? Five priorities for the next decade

Where next for sustainable insurance? Five priorities for the next decade

a commentary by Swenja Surminski, Nick Robins, William Irwin 5 November, 2018

This commentary reviews how both the insurance sector and its partners could build on the growing momentum and overcome the continuing barriers to deep implementation of sustainable insurance practices over the coming decade. read more »


Climate risks beyond adaptation?

Climate risks beyond adaptation?

Book Launch Swenja Surminski 28 Sep 2018

Book launch: “Loss and Damage from Climate Change. Concepts, Methods and Policy Options” The LSE Grantham Research Institute and the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), in collaboration with … read more »


Climate change challenges for central banks and financial regulators

Climate change challenges for central banks and financial regulators

a research article by Emanuele Campiglio 30 May, 2018

The academic and policy debate regarding the role of central banks and financial regulators in addressing climate-related financial risks has rapidly expanded in recent years. This Perspective presents the key … read more »


Using the adaptive cycle in climate-risk insurance to design resilient futures

Using the adaptive cycle in climate-risk insurance to design resilient futures

a research article by Swenja Surminski 2 January, 2018

Assessing the dynamics of resilience could help insurers and governments reduce the costs of climate-risk insurance schemes and secure future insurability in the face of an increase in extreme hydro-meteorological … read more »


From agenda-setting to implementation: The role of multisectoral partnerships in addressing urban climate risks

From agenda-setting to implementation: The role of multisectoral partnerships in addressing urban climate risks

a research article by Swenja Surminski, Hayley Leck 5 October, 2017

Multisectoral partnerships (MSPs) form an increasingly popular and important part of the global climate and disaster risk governance landscape, but the literature offers little critical investigation of this phenomenon. … read more »


The risk of climate ruin

The risk of climate ruin

a research article by Oliver Bettis, Simon Dietz, Nick Silver 21 October, 2016

How large a risk is society prepared to run with the climate system? This is a question of the utmost difficulty and it admits a variety of perspectives. In … read more »


The risk of climate ruin

The risk of climate ruin

a working paper by Oliver Bettis, Simon Dietz, Nick Silver 17 March, 2016

How large a risk is society prepared to run with the climate system? This is a question of the utmost difficulty and it admits a variety of perspectives. In this … read more »


Jennifer Helgeson – New Approaches to Risk Mitigation/Adaptation: agriculture, risk, microinsurance, and the farmer

Seminar 1 Dec 2010

Part of the LSE-Imperial Grantham PhD seminar series (Michaelmas term) Speaker: Jennifer Helgeson