How would natural disasters affect the world’s major cities?

posted by Paul Simpson
in Risk
19 February 2016

In an increasingly globalised, digitised, urbanised global economy, risk stalks every company, country and city.

This is the stark message underpinning the Lloyd’s City Risk Index 2015-2025. Drawing on original research by Cambridge Business School’sCambridge Centre for Risk Studies, Lloyds has modelled the potential impact of 18 man-made and natural disasters on 301 major cities and explored what measures governments and businesses can do to mitigate risk and improve resilience.

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