This report examines economic and insured costs of natural disasters due to extreme weather and the role of public sector insurance mechanisms to encourage risk reduction and resilience building. The economic
National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility
Decision making under uncertainty: bridging the gap between end user needs and climate science capability
There is a recognised gap between what climate science can currently provide and what end users of that information require in order to make robust adaption decisions about their climate related risks.
Planning, building and insuring: adaptation of built environment to climate change induced increased intensity of natural hazards
This project examines the likely impacts on the built environment of increased intensities in weather-related natural hazard events, in order to identify the possibilities of using the regulatory mechanisms