The winter 2020-21 data release of the Actuaries Climate Index (ACI), which provides objective measures of specific and aggregate changes in climate extremes and sea level across Canada and the U.S., shows a second consecutive small decline in the index’s five-year moving average and now sits at 1.19 points above the ACI reference period.
Since 2016, the CIA and its partners have released data from the North American Actuaries Climate Index (ACI) every quarter. The most recent release continues the tradition. But what can you do with this data? What does it mean? We caught up with members of the CIA’s Climate Change and Sustainability Committee (CCSC) to learn more about the ACI and help find out how you can make the most of it.
Released in May 2020, this paper, jointly prepared by the CIA with the Society of Actuaries and the Casualty Actuarial Society, presents a new framework to analyze the potential cyber risks facing organizations. The report’s co-author Unal Tatar, and Fei Xie (FCIA), member of the project oversight group, join us for the discussion.
As attention to climate issues grows, ACI provides objective data on key climate measurements Washington, D.C., Arlington, VA, Schaumburg, IL, and Ottawa, ON (Dec. 1, 2020)—With climate risk issues receiving increased focus in 2020 and poised for even greater attention from the public and public policymakers in 2021, the Actuaries Climate Index continues to provide important up-to-date data for...