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Climate Week NYC Takeaways

Oliver Wyman was proud to be a Research Partner of Climate Week NYC 2022, which brought together the most influential leaders in climate action from business, government and the climate community.

Climate Week NYC Takeaways

Oliver Wyman was proud to be a Research Partner of Climate Week NYC 2022, which brought together the most influential leaders in climate action from business, government and the climate community.

Climate Hub

Marsh McLennan is helping our clients embed climate change strategies into every aspect of their businesses, from navigating the transition to a resilient, low-carbon economy to managing the physical risks associated with extreme weather events.

Climate Hub

Marsh McLennan is helping our clients embed climate change strategies into every aspect of their businesses, from navigating the transition to a resilient, low-carbon economy to managing the physical risks associated with extreme weather events.

 

Cat Resource Center: Severe Weather Updates

The Cat Resource Center from Guy Carpenter provides live event, post event, seasonal outlooks and periodic thought leadership on hurricanes, winterstorms, wildfires and earthquakes. Further statements from the GC Cat Resource Center will be issued daily as situations evolve and forecast confidence improves. Follow official emergency management agencies in matters of personal safety.

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Why Inflation Represents an Opportunity for Grocers

According to recent numbers from data firm IRI, prepared deli foods are seeing double-digit growth again this year. We expect prepared foods and meal solutions for grocers to continue to represent a strong growth area. Those that invest heavily in them can be expected to see bottom-line benefit, with a broad halo effect anticipated for the rest of the store.

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Is the Romance Over for Tech Jobseekers?

Big Tech share prices have been falling consistently on the Nasdaq since May, and layoffs from tech start-ups are at a level not seen since the dawn of the COVID pandemic, as investment sentiment turns bearish. Is this something to be feared? And is the romance over for the average tech jobseeker? Though there are no clear-cut answers at the moment, let's take a look at the different scenarios.

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Podcast: Shipping Companies Respond to Supply Chain Challenges, ESG Concerns

The COVID-19 pandemic and geopolitical risks have impacted already fragile supply chains. Experts from Marsh discuss persisting supply chain challenges, disruptions in the shipping environment and how shipping companies can improve their ESG posture.

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What Does the Climate Journey Look Like for Health Care?

Climate change impacts on health care are worldwide and greater than widely acknowledged. Consider the United Kingdom issuing a level 4 heat-health alert after record-breaking temperatures in July, the 50% spike in heat ailments this summer in India, or the $3.1 billion recovery costs for New York hospitals after Superstorm Sandy.

Climate impacts are intensifying to become one of the most significant health crises this century. Quite apart from increasing and changing health care needs, such as increased injuries and infectious disease spread, climate change places undue strain on health care providers’ operations through damaged facilities and disrupted supply chains. What’s more, climate change, directly and indirectly, aggravates pressing environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues in health care, including workforce burnout, health disparities and the availability of key resources like water.

An Evolving Climate Context

Because health care providers have different exposures based on location, time horizon, types of assets and underlying vulnerabilities in their communities, they need a systematic approach to understand and prioritize climate impacts on their operations, finances and reputation.

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