With United Nations experts suggesting there is only about a decade left to prevent catastrophic effects on the environment, the Riksbank is joining other financial regulators and central bankers in casting the spotlight on the risks posed by climate change.
The report points out that heat waves and droughts can result in major fluctuations in food prices, while natural disasters may cause financial stress to insurance companies -- about 26 percent of all losses arising from the world’s largest natural disasters between 1980 and 2015 were covered by insurance policies, the report found.
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