Pro-poor climate risk insurance: the role of community-based organisations

Denise Margaret Matias, Raúl Fernández, Marie-Lena Hutfils & Maik Winges
In the face of increasingly frequent extreme weather events, the need to manage climate risk becomes more urgent, especially for the most vulnerable countries and communities. With the aim of reducing vulnerability, climate risk transfer in the form of climate risk insurance (CRI) has been gaining attention in climate policy discussions. When properly designed, CRI acts as a safety net against climate change impacts by providing financial support after an extreme weather event. Two main...
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