So, we’ve heard from the scientists, but as we move further up the risk mitigation and transfer chain, how is the industry responding to the significant changes in weather patterns and how can better insights inform better resiliency and risk transfer options?
Beverley Adams, consulting director and head of climate and catastrophe resilience at Marsh Advisory begins industry proceedings for us, following the presentations made by Adam Scaife, Professor at the University of Exeter and Head of Long Range Prediction at the Met Office, and David Stephenson, Professor at the University of Exeter and Director of the Exeter Climate Systems research centre.
Adams says the language of insurance can’t be separated from language of resilience and adaptation and focuses on how the latter, together with risk transfer, is weaved into companies’ ESG and climate journeys.
During Adams’ 5-minute presentation, she discusses:
Beverley Adams, Consulting Director, Marsh Advisory