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Environment

  • © iStock Colouring in the linesThe European Commission's climate-reporting guidelines encourage good risk management, but need fleshing out to address comparability and uncertainty, argues Typhaine Beaupérin 10 October 2019
  • © iStock On the LidarAs environmental risks become an everyday threat to the market, there could be huge value in contributed claims data and new mapping technology, says Richard Toomey 10 October 2019
  • iStock A stormy forecastMark Cornelius looks at regulator warnings about the financial risks from climate change 05 September 2019
  • iStock Applying environmental pressureRobert Blood explains how non-governmental organisations are influencing behaviour on environmental, social and governance issues 04 September 2019
  • p18-19_water_globe__IKON_00002104 Avoiding climate chaosLawrence Habahbeh looks at climate change from a traded risk perspective 06 June 2019
  • p27_istock_screens_computers_ The evolution of catastropheWhere is catastrophe modelling going in the age of machine learning, constant data collection and the cloud? Shane Latchman investigates 06 June 2019
  • p30_storm_shutterstock_1092602432-[Converted]v2 Under one umbrellaGary Davis explains how integrated Earth observation, using new data and technological tools, could help actuaries to tackle climate risks 06 June 2019
  • p20-22_new-corn-pattern-2 Feeding the futureDr Roman Hohl discusses the key achievements and challenges of the fast-growing agricultural reinsurance industry 06 June 2019
  • p32-33_goose_bitcoin_iStock-954601234 Alive & kickingAlex Krüger looks at cryptocurrencies and asks what their relevance is for investors today 06 June 2019
  • p26-28-footprints-in-grass-Ikon-1619 Embedding valuesMichael Fitzgerald looks at how organisations regard their social responsibilities and how these have evolved to become integral today 09 May 2019
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Resource and Environment Practice

The social, business and financial worlds are increasingly being affected by environmental risks, the likelihood of future changes and the measures taken by governments to try to deal with them. As long-term risk managers such developments are of crucial interest to actuaries. The Resource and Environment practice area works to identify the implications for actuaries and their clients and help in the development of appropriate responses. 

See https://www.actuaries.org.uk/practice-areas/resource-and-environment/about-resource-and-environment