Insuring the weather: modeling the complexities of climate change

Extreme weather makes forecasting and quantifying insurance losses harder, and ‘cat’ models struggle to predict events more extreme than those in the past. As regulators demand more action, dynamic ‘earth system’ models offer a better way to anticipate more climate-change risks.

Flooded houses
A complex reality

The evidence is overwhelming

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