A third of global economic output worth $44 trillion is likely to face ‘high’ or ‘extreme’ risk as a result of global warming
Leading emerging markets lack resilience to cope with natural disasters and extreme weather events according to risk analysts Maplecroft
The 5th annual risk atlas from analysts Maplecroft finds five of China’s major cities at ‘high risk’ and warns multi-national companies operating in most Asian cities could face spiralling environmental costs.
Projected Australian water shortages suggest governments of future will have to ration water between mining, agriculture and major cities.
Maplecroft’s Natural Hazards Risk Atlas reveals emerging South Asia’s key economies must build resilience against natural hazards such as flooding and cyclones.