Risk and Resilience

Biodiversity loss puts our food supplies and medical care at risk. It must be stopped

The axolotl, aka the Mexican walking fish. Image: Giulia van Pelt/Flickr

Peter Giger

Group Chief Risk Officer, Zurich Insurance Group

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