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Climate and Resilience Hub


The Climate and Resilience Hub (CRH) helps clients manage their climate-related risks and seize the opportunities of an orderly transition to a low carbon, resilient economy.

As resilience comes to the forefront of organisations’ priorities and the 2020's is set to be the climate decade, Willis Towers Watson brings a market-leading combination of analytics, advisory and transactional expertise to address the far reaching challenges.

Driven by regulatory, investor, consumer, employee and operating pressures, the CRH is the focal point for our climate expertise and capabilities, delivering climate and resilience solutions from across our people, risk and capital businesses.

This includes services under our Climate Quantified™ brand, integrating our comprehensive capabilities to help clients in corporate, finance and public sectors including:

  1. 01

    Climate regulation and policy:

    Understanding, interpreting and influencing the development of climate- related governance of public and private sectors.

  2. 02

    Climate analytics:

    Supporting business decision making and reporting requirements for physical, transition and liability risks under TCFD (Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures) and wider regulatory and disclosure standards.

  3. 03

    Climate aligned business strategy:

    Supporting corporate and public sector organisations to address stakeholder demands over short and longer term horizons.

  4. 04

    Risk management and transfer:

    Providing solutions to reduce risks and arrange insurance and alternative risk transfer programmes across public, private and mutual sector companies.

  5. 05

    Sustainable and resilience investment:

    Integrating climate risks into mainstream investment decision making, including portfolio allocation and asset valuation.

  6. 06

    Corporate governance and human resources:

    Integrating climate and ESG (environmental, social and governance) factors into duties and responsibilities and aligning incentives and compensation programmes.

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