Articles and Publications
In partnership with the InsuResilience Solutions Fund, AXA Climate provided the technical inputs to set up a parametric insurance to...
The deforestation battle is not yet won. The issue persists and is relevant for financial institutionsSetting targets for both...
The adaptation financing gap is too large for the public sector alone to bear – the private sector needs to play a significant role either...
AXA Climate lance une formation dédiée aux enjeux de la transition écologique pour les professionnels de la communication et du marketing
AXA Climate launches Altitude, an innovative all-in-one solution that provides investment funds with the best of its climate, carbon and nature data
The summer of 2022 was a record-breaking season, marked by several heatwaves, forest fires and severe drought, foreshadowing alarming meteorological conditions in the near future.
Drylands are becoming fragile due to global warming. In many regions, droughts are predicted to increase in frequency and gain in intensity. Hence there is an urgency to reinforce the resilience of drylands.
L’ADEME et AXA Climate lancent un parcours de formation en e-learning dédié à la transition bas carbone
Since March 2022, more than 1.4 billion people in India and Pakistan have been crushed by heat waves which have been particularly intense and above all extremely long.
How Mediterranean tropical like cyclones are becoming “cyclops” challenging business operations around the Mare Nostrum?
Sicily, October 29th 2021: Medicane Apollo  approached the coast of Sicily and released torrential rains east of the island, especially...
Regenerative agriculture transition to be accelerated through new impact fund from AXA, Unilever and Tikehau Capital
Bessé Agro and AXA Climate announce the partnership for the co-construction of innovative insurance solutions for the agricultural sector
Traduction française du résumé à l’intention des décideurs du 2e groupe de travail du rapport du GIEC 2022
Le Résumé à l’intention des décideurs présente les principales conclusions de la contribution du Groupe de Travail II au sixième Rapport d’évaluation du GIEC. Nous en publions une traduction non officielle en français.
Atmospheric rivers will become larger and more severe with climate change. The 2021 events in British-Colombia and on Vancouver port can enlighten us on how infrastructure can adapt to new climate risks.
58% of cities are highly exposed to climate risks. Their resilience journey starts with a better understanding of the risks, which informs a cost-efficiency and qualitative prioritization of adaptation measures.