Report: An Integrated Approach to Managing Extreme Events and Climate Risks

This report provides insights about climate-related mounting social and economic risks, analyses obstacles to the insurance industry’s contribution and makes recommendations on how to overcome some of these hurdles.

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The 43rd General Assembly

Professor Dame Julia Slingo, Chief Scientist UK Met Office and Senior Climate Advisor to UK Government and World Meteorological Office discusses our changing weather, the science of modeling it and the importance of sharing MetOffice data with insurers.

COP 21 Paris Agreement: What Does It Mean for the (Re)insurance Sector?


This report provides an analysis of the implications of the COP21 Paris agreement for the insurance industry and its role in supporting global disaster risk reduction efforts.

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FEATURE REPORT: Insuring Flood Risk in Asia's High-Growth Markets

Floods in Asia coverThe rapid population and economic growth in Asia is exacerbating an already significant protection gap in the region. In this report, The Geneva Association focuses on flooding, arguably Asia’s biggest and most complex exposure in the long run. 

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Gabriela Ramos, OECD Chief of Staff at the GA/OECD Joint Conference on Climate Risk

Gabriela Ramos, OECD Chief of Staff and Sherpa to the G20, discusses the respective role of government and insurance in societal efforts to tackle climate risk.

FEATURE REPORT: Insurance as contributors to problem solving and impact reduction

GA2015-Insurance as contributors As part of the UNWCDRR in March 2015 in Sendai, Japan, The Geneva Association gathered a range of experts to discuss the role of insurance as contributors to problem solving and impact reduction. This conference review provides a synopsis of those discussions and the main points raised at the meeting.

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