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CISL’s new briefing Risk sharing for Loss and Damage: Scaling up protection for the Global South offers a breakthrough in the design of the global architecture for Loss and Damage (L&D) using the economic efficiency of risk capital markets, which can convert modest annual flows from donors into major contractual entitlements for vulnerable countries when disasters strike, now and through to 2050.
The analysis of a diverse sample of countries illustrates approaches relevant to all countries in the L&D domain, including Small Island Developing States (SIDS), Least Developed Countries (LDCs) and Vulnerable Twenty (V20).

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