'A new nexus of risk': Climate change ranked number one concern by risk experts worldwide

Cecilia Keating
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Climate impacts such as flooding are set to worsen in the coming decades | Credit: iStock
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Climate impacts such as flooding are set to worsen in the coming decades | Credit: iStock

Polling data from AXA reveals both risk experts and the general public are increasingly worried about the potential impacts of climate change

Climate change is now the number one concern of risk experts worldwide, overtaking geopolitical, cyber and pandemic risks. That is according to the latest edition of AXA's annual Future Risks report,...

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