Opinion: Australia’s (re)insurers are testing the limits of climate changeJanuary 26 2023 by Marcus Alcock
- March 1
Despite Asia constantly hitting records with the costliest catastrophes happening in the region, sort of nat cat cover that can be bought in many economies in Asia Pacific is necessarily constrained and ineffective in the face of the growing threat from climate change.
- February 20
Underwriters have yet to catch up with the pace of investment and the billions of dollars being committed to developing the emerging energy sector.
- February 7
Despite nuclear energy booming in all major APAC economies, the region has not yet adjusted to the new risk reality and there is a need for a capacity influx and capital markets-led solutions to cover the rapidly-changing risks.
- January 30
Greenwashing, failure in disclosing or managing climate risks are spurring a rise in legal actions against corporations, while human rights violation claims pose litigation risks to policymakers.