By Verisk | May 23, 2022

Climate change is often blamed for major catastrophes and many extreme weather events are thought of as “black swans”—extremely rare events with severe consequences that should, in hindsight, have been predictable.

What type of weather or climate-related event should we consider a “black swan,” and can our predictive capabilities keep pace with a warming planet and the potential convergence of multiple low-probability catastrophes in a single year? VP and Director of Climate Change Research, Dr. Peter Sousounis, addresses these questions in a new article for Emerging Issues.

 Read Dr. Sousounis’ article “Can We Anticipate Climate-Related Black Swans?”

Categories: Climate Change

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