Intro For the second webinar in our Fathom-Global 3.0 launch series, we present: The making of Fathom’s Climate Dynamics framework

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Climate Dynamics Framework - webinar on demand

Climate Dynamics is a major innovation in flood modelling, it allows users to access climate conditioned flood maps for any projected combination of future year and climate scenario up to 2100.

Fathom’s team of scientists will present, in detail, this groundbreaking new framework. We will explain the motivation behind our work in climate change modelling and the development of Climate Dynamics: The science, research and methodology underpinning it, and how it varies for each peril.

This webinar is for risk, ESG and sustainability professionals, catastrophe modellers, coastal and floodplain leaders and engineers. The team will cover use cases across (re)insurance, capital markets, corporate risk, civil engineering and international development.

Key advances for the Climate Dynamics framework

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Flexible range of time periods

2011 to 2100

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Flexible range of scenarios / deltaTs

1°C – 5°C compared to pre-industrial

RCPs, SSPs, NGFS

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Global consistent coverage

1 arcsecond (~30m)

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Tailored approach by peril

Pluvial, fluvial, coastal

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Climate model uncertainty

17th, 50th and 83rd percentiles

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Validation and assurance

Open, peer reviewed methods

Upcoming webinars: Insurance use cases for Fathom’s Global Flood Map

Earlier this year we launched Fathom-Global 3.0 – The first global flood map to provide risk professionals with all perils and climate options.

Now, we invite you to join us for a deep dive into the use cases this new Global Flood Map addresses for the (re)insurance market, on 12 January 2023.

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Upcoming webinar: Engineering use cases for Fathom’s Global Flood Map

Earlier this year we launched Fathom-Global 3.0 – The first global flood map to provide risk professionals with all perils and climate options.

Now, we invite you to join us for a deep dive into the use cases this new Global Flood Map addresses for engineering professionals, on 19 January 2023.

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