Stories written by Cristina Canoura

Q&A: Risk Insurance and Climate Change

The catastrophic risk insurance shared by the countries of the Caribbean could serve as a model for collective strategies for dealing with natural disasters resulting from climate change, John Nash, the World Bank's lead economist for Latin America and the Caribbean, told Tierramérica.

World Bank economist John Nash - Patricia da Cámara, courtesy of the World Bank.

Risk Insurance and Climate Change

Latin America's agricultural losses could be severe over the long term as a result of climate change.