Resilience should be built into global financial systems

Resilience to extreme weather caused by climate change needs to be built into global finance systems and organisations should be required to report their financial exposure to it, says the Royal Society

by Rachel Salvidge
Flooding from rivers and coasts will affect more people as populations grown and become more vulnerable (photograph: Shahin Ullah/123RF)
Flooding from rivers and coasts will affect more people as populations grown and become more vulnerable (photograph: Shahin Ullah/123RF)

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