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Report from the Atlantic Council and Zurich Insurance models how a rise in protectionism, oil crisis as a result of Middle East conflict and water scarcity may influence the global society and economy between now and 2035.
Washington, DC – A new report from the Atlantic Council and Zurich Insurance Group examines best-, worst-, and base-case scenarios for three geopolitical trends and the potential impact for businesses and the world at large. It also highlights the risk mitigation solutions for each scenario.
High Level Task Force Urges Long-Term Investment in Resilience Policies, Endorses Readiness Over Reconstruction from Large-Scale Crises
Former TSA Administrator, former Deputy Homeland Security Advisor, former FEMA Assistant Administrator join as Senior Fellows
WASHINGTON, DC – At the inaugural meeting of the Adrienne Arsht Center for Resilience, a high-level group of policymakers, experts, and local leaders urged governments to accelerate efforts to integrate resilience into decision-making as a critical component of effective policymaking at the local, national, and international level.