The summer heat wave in southern Europe may be a sign of the fatal weather extremes to come.
While more U.S. insurers are improving their disclosure and management of climate risk, most are still giving it minimal attention.
As climate change takes its toll, businesses must act to address flood and drought risks.
Multi-year droughts may be part of a new normal that requires businesses to plan ahead for water shortages.
By 2100, scientists predict lightning strikes in the continental United States will increase by 50%.
African nations are turning to cat bonds as an alternative way to adapt to climate change.
Looking at climate change as a risk management issue, rather than just debate fodder for partisan squabbling.
The example of Civil War Admiral David Farragut can help risk managers address climate change risk.
Two key defense strategies continue to make it difficult for plaintiffs to prevail in climate change liability cases.
Man-made greenhouse gas emissions have trapped air waves in the atmosphere and exacerbated some recent extreme weather events.
A century ago, the insurance industry pushed society to protect itself against fire and earthquakes. Now it must do the same for climate change.
A crucial issue facing today’s corporate policyholders is whether their liability insurance policies will be available to defend against climate change lawsuits.
Due to climate change, hurricanes could cost Caribbean nations up to 9% of annual GDP by 2030.