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Climate Risk Solutions: Black summer bushfires

Lessons learned and the region’s most at risk

Overview

Uncontrollable and destructive bushfires have unfortunately become an expected part of the Australian seasonal calendar.

The 2019- 2020 Black Summer bushfires caused historic losses of life, property, and land – destroying more than 3,000 homes, and scorching in excess of 17 million hectares* – that’s a land mass more than two-and-a-half times the size of Tasmania.

* Parliament of Australia, 2019–20 Australian bushfires—FAQ, March 2020

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What is included?

Data driven analysis

Join CoreLogic’s Pierre Wiart, Head of Consulting and Risk Management Solutions, and Eugene Vassilliev, Head of Financial Services Solutions as they discuss the 2019/2020 Black Summer.

Live hazard monitoring

Identify and monitor impacted areas and implement mitigating actions – in close to real time.

Leveraging climate risk data

Support all aspects of risk mitigation: identify future risk of bushfires, manage response to disasters in progress, and estimate impact on existing portfolio of securities.