Articles - Climate Risk and its implications for actuaries


Climate change represents a material risk to future financial stability and creates implications for the work, actions and decision making of actuaries. Dr Louise Pryor, IFoA President-Elect and Chair of the London Climate Change Partnership along with Dr Rhian Rees-Owen, Senior Climate Science Adviser, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy and Ed Hogg, Head of Green Finance, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy look at the science behind global warming and what that means for policymakers and society over the coming decades.

 

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