We must build resilience to face the future - but will we be fast enough?

The frequency of wildfires and other natural disasters will only increase as climate change bites. How can we prepare? Image: REUTERS/Costas Baltas

Christian Mumenthaler

Group Chief Executive Officer, Swiss Re Group, Switzerland


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