Munich Climate Insurance Initiative

Founding Year: 2005

Staff: 18

Budget: €1,3m (2019)

Soenke Kreft (Executive Director)

A research institute and advocacy group that focuses on climate change and insurance. It advocates in governments and policy processes like UNFCCC and ISDR´s Hyogo Framework “for new ways of applying insurance to complement risk management and adaptation.” They see themselves as a node among practitioners and scholars for innovative uses of risk transfer tools to manage climate risks.


  • Projects
  • News
  • e-Library – It contains resources like “reports, fact sheets, videos and more, which can be filtered by type, topic, or region”.


Munich Climate Insurance Initiative contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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