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Assurance contre les risques climatiques et les catastrophes naturelles

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Rapports et publications, Climate Risk/Disaster Insurance, Global | 2019

The role of insurance supervisors in climate risk insurance

Insurance supervisors have both good reason and the means to take active steps to promote resilience against climate risks and natural disasters, particularly amongst the low-income and underserved
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Présentations, Rapports et publications, Climate Risk/Disaster Insurance, Africa | 2019

Climate and Disaster Risk - Climate and disaster risk: building resilience, bridging the protection gap 16th Consultative Forum in Africa Report

Poor and vulnerable people in the developing world are affected most by natural disasters. They suffer disproportionately due to their higher vulnerability and exposure and lower ability to cope and
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Présentations, Rapports et publications, Climate Risk/Disaster Insurance, Latin America | 2019

Climate and disaster risk: building resilience, bridging the protection gap 15th Consultative Forum Report

Poor and vulnerable people in emerging markets and developing countries are affected most by natural disasters. They suffer disproportionately due to their higher vulnerability and exposure and lower
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Présentations, Rapports et publications, Climate Risk/Disaster Insurance, Global | 2018

Risques du changement climatique pour le secteur de l'assurance - Appel de consultation A2ii-IAIS

Supervisors play an important role in addressing risks and challenges that climate change poses on the insurance sector. This call took a closer look at the IAIS and Sustainable Insurance Forum (SIF)
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Présentations, Climate Risk/Disaster Insurance, Global | 2018

Climate Risk Insurance et l'outil InsuResilience Risk Talk - Appel de consultation A2ii-IAIS

Extreme weather events continue to undermine the resilience of low income countries in particular, mainly due to a limited capacity to recover and absorb losses associated with climatic hazards. This
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