Understanding climate risks to infrastructure systems is becoming extremely important. Shocks in one sector, such as energy, can have significant impacts in other systems, such as transport – causing major disruption and damage. So financial regulators increasingly require investors to declare the physical climate risks they are exposed to, national governments need information for effective disaster risk reduction planning, and international institutions need help to guide fund allocation.

Professor Jim Hall

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