Climate Quarterly: The Global Impacts of Wildfires and Drought
Climate events have emerged as primary factors shaping a severe and complex global risk environment. Our inaugural Climate Quarterly scrutinises wildfires and drought as twin risk factors which are impacting business operations, socio-economic health, physical security, domestic unrest, policy and corporate governance. The implications of a wildfire often extend beyond the initial blaze to impact government stability and public trust, while water scarcity is a major driver of business disruption, jeopardising commodities and national economies, and even exacerbating the risk of conflict.
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