• Think global, act local: Zurich's John Scott dissects WEF's risk report

    11 January 2024

    Zurich's head of sustainability risk talks to Joshua Geer about the risk landscape facing insurers, following the publication of the World Economic Forum's Global Risk Report

  • The future of flood risk management

    26 October 2022

    How can insurers better manage flood risk and improve the services they offer customers and clients? Experts offer their thoughts in this report on the InsuranceERM / ICEYE webinar

  • Free webinar: Better flood risk management for insurers

    26 August 2022

    The webinar, in partnership with ICEYE, will take place on 1 September at 3pm BST

  • Orsas are for short-term planning, not long-term climate risk assessment

    08 January 2021

    Zurich's John Scott agrees with Insurance Europe's view on Eiopa's proposals

  • The insurance industry's climate change leaders

    30 June 2020

    Christopher Cundy introduces InsuranceERM's list of the people leading and shaping the insurance sector's response to climate change

  • Engagement, knowledge and automation: the keys to sustainable underwriting

    04 June 2020

    Re/insurers shared tips on setting up frameworks for incorporating environmental, social and governance risks in underwriting at this week's UNEP PSI webinar. Cintia Cheong reports

  • Zurich sustainability chief talks up climate drive post Covid-19

    19 May 2020

    John Scott advocates fiscal stimulus funds be spent on pursuing a lower carbon economy

  • Brokers disrupting insurance sector's climate efforts

    29 November 2019

    Property & casualty brokers helping clients avoid sustainability agenda

  • Climate risk management: the heat is on

    01 November 2018

    Managing financial risks from climate change is becoming an important issue for insurers. Ronan McCaughey speaks to firms about the tools they use to gauge climate risk - and how they plan to deal with this major global challenge

  • The difficulties of modelling climate change risks

    11 January 2018

    Incorporating climate change into underwriting and investment decisions is a tricky task that requires more research, finds Nick Roumpis