Climate change in the courtroom: litigation, liability, and the (re)insurer’s pivotal role in a warming world

Climate change, once a distant thunder, now roars at the gates of our legal systems and the corridors of financial institutions with a pressing urgency that cannot be ignored. As the Earth’s temperature rises, so does the tide of climate change litigation—a legal weapon increasingly wielded in the face of environmental and corporate inertia. This phenomenon has transcended beyond mere lawsuits to become a significant force capable of shaping public policy and corporate behavior, heralding a new era of environmental accountability.

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Ousseynou Tall

Graduate of the Master of Science in International Insurance Management Coventry University in partnership with Ecole Supérieure d’Assurance