Economics, Risk

GDP@Risk: A New Metric Worth Noting

Last month, the Paris climate change accord became active, and already we are starting to see some interesting research developing as a consequence of that international initiative. One of the more insightful studies I have come across is a project conducted by the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies. The research, sponsored by the insurer Lloyd’s, is an attempt to model […]

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Economics, Society

Climate Volatility: It’s Time to Pay The Bill

One of the interesting dynamics I see in business and society in general is the slow but perceptible shift in the debate on climate change from whether we should believe it to what do we about it now that it’s here. Of course, there are still a few hold outs who think we should keep […]

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