World Alzheimer’s Day marks a longstanding partnership between the SCOR Foundation and France's Alzheimer’s Disease Foundation to seek advances in the treatment, early diagnosis and prevention of this debilitating condition.
The agricultural industry is faced with a plethora of risks, and some of its major loss drivers are weather-driven natural catastrophes. SCOR’s latest technical newsletter takes a look at winterkill, caused when crops are damaged through exposure to cold in the winter.
Viral hepatitis is currently the world’s 7th deadliest human disease. To mark World Hepatitis Day on June 28, SCOR Global Life Medical Director Dr. Gabriela Buffet shares some key points about this widespread pathology.
Automated vehicles (AV) are keenly anticipated for the benefits they are expected to bring to society: greater safety, fewer traffic accident victims, improved access to mobility, and more efficient traffic flow resulting in reduced emissions.
In the video interview below, Thomas Sterner, Professor of Environmental Economics at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden, explores the risks associated with climate change and the uncertainty surrounding their quantification. He goes on to discuss the most efficient tools to mitigate those risks from the perspective of policymakers, corporates and the (re)insurance industry.