The Joint Forum on Actuarial Regulation (JFAR) has recently published an extensive report on the science of climate change and how actuaries can help mitigate risks.
The report is designed to address gaps in actuaries’ knowledge of the science behind climate change, giving them the confidence to increase their contributions on the topic.
It includes analysis of global temperature changes and the impact of mass human migration, rising sea levels and their impacts on the UK and Europe, and implications for food security and human mortality.
The report will be an important reference tool for professionals wanting to increase their knowledge of climate change and the science behind it, familiarising themselves with concepts such as carbon budgets and net-zero emissions.
Read the report at bit.ly/3caiaOa