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Systemic climate risk is a relatively new addition to the climate risk conversation, although it has grown rapidly in recent years. In some respects systemic climate risk events are the elephant in the room of both societal and business climate risk assessment. Some of the big systemic risk questions include:

  • What are the different ways in which systemic climate risks might manifest?
  • What’s the potential timing of systemic climate risk events?
  • What are the potential economic implications of systemic climate risk events?
  • What’s the worst case for systemic climate risks?

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The Premium Systemic Climate Risk Roadmap digs much deeper into the topics already flagged at the top of this page, among others. Representing hundreds of hours of research and knowledge curation, the Premium Roadmap links together together explanatory materials, topical headings, individual reports, news stories, videos, and websites, curated topical dashboards for exploring key topics, and even individual ideas and graphics the Climatographers have extracted from a wide range of key sources. The Premium Systemic Climate Risk Roadmap walks you through:

  • An overview of systemic climate risk analysis
  • An overview of systems thinking as applied to climate change
  • Societal worst case climate change
  • Business worst case climate change and policy response
  • Stranded assets - who said what when?
  • Long-tailed systemic climate risks
  • Global food crises as systemic risk
  • Future pandemics as systemic risk
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