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CLIMATE CHANGE: AGGRAVATED RISKS AND NECESSITY TO ADJUST

Abstract

This paper will examine the relationship between the eff ects of climate change and the need to develop diff erent aspects of insurance. Series of measures that various insurers and experts have taken in an eff ort to adjust their businesses to new circumstances evidence that insurance industry has already become interested and active in addressing climate change issues. Given that this is a global challenge, the author highlights the necessity for the broadest possible circle of fi nancial and other actors to recognise the risk of growing unpredictability as one of the rare patterns to be reckoned with in the context of changing climate. The paper indicates that international actors, governments, and business entities will need to work together to create a framework that will be more poised for diff erent climate circumstances, and additionally encourage and stimulate individuals to give their appropriate contribution and protect themselves, their property and environment from the consequences of this global phenomenon.

Key words: climate change, climate migrations, global warming, environmental protection, predict losses instruments, the CREWS initiative, environmentally sustainable business

UDK:551.58+536.71:542.4:613.11:368.1:657.372.4:368.025.6:316.32 Petrović, dr Miloš CLIMATE CHANGE: AGGRAVATED RISKS AND NECESSITY TO ADJUST Page: 57-66
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