Caroline McMullan

Caroline McMullan joined AIR’s London team in September 2011 after working as a postdoctoral research scientist. Leveraging her background in Earth sciences, Caroline works on a range of AIR’s geophysical-based models and helps clients understand model updates. She recently worked on a public risk project for the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR), during which she investigated the trends in normalized global economic losses from natural hazards and presented the results at the UNISDR Conference in Geneva in 2016. Caroline holds an undergraduate master’s degree in earth sciences from the University of Oxford and a Ph.D. in paleoceanography and climatology from the University of Cambridge.

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Following are some recent blogs:

How Much Would It Cost to Insure the World against Natural Hazards?

How Much Would It Cost to Insure the World against Natural Hazards?

April 7, 2016
Are Global Economic Losses From Natural Hazards Increasing?

Are Global Economic Losses From Natural Hazards Increasing?

March 17, 2015

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