Climate Risk Data 101 with Dr. Kelly Hereid
Analyzing, preparing for, and responding to physical risks is at the heart of what we do every day, which is why we are experts in using science and data to understand climate risks. Reliable data from trusted sources is fundamental to helping our customers, businesses, and communities prepare for and respond to climate disasters.
In this video series, Dr. Kelly Hereid, a climate scientist and the director of catastrophe R&D at Liberty Mutual, highlights the different types of models that insurers use and how better climate data can lead to well informed decision-making and more resilient communities.
Insurance & Climate Data
Understand how the insurance sector uses data on climate-related hazards for better decision making for our policyholders.
Understanding Climate Risk Models
Learn how the three types of climate risk models are designed to address different pieces of climate change.
Gaps in Climate Tools & Data
See how climate science uncertainty and technology gaps affect decision making.
The Need for New Climate Tools & Data
Explore how future combined modeling tools could lead to more resilient building and planning.
Climate Adaptation & Infrastructure
Discover how resilient infrastructure can prepare communities for the future.