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Flood-related impacts (i.e. Households impacted, number of buildings damaged/impacted, estimated economics loss and insured loss and past flood footprint)

Data source provider

Climate Impact Explorer/CLIMADAA

Use cases

Exposure quantification, Financial stability monitoring, Investment and lending decisions, Macro-economic modelling, Scenario analysis, Stress testing

Data group

Exposure to physical risks

Metric Type

Physical vulnerability

Methodology/ Standard / Classification/ Taxonomy / Reference

CLIMADA (open-source natural catastrophe damage model that implements the Economics of Climate Adaptation methodology)

Unit (e.g. CO2)

Annual Expected Damage from River Floods in %

Dimension (e.g. Sector, Customer)

By Country

Time horizon 



Latest Update

Time series




Observation on data availability/gaps

Climate Impact Explorer publishes projections on how climate impact indicators will play out over time at current emissions reductions levels (according to the scenario used by the Network for Greening the Financial System) and in other policy relevant scenarios, and how they will affect Malaysia and different states, at different levels of warming. The annual expected damage from river floods is given in 2005 US$, and is defined as the level of damage from such events that is expected to occur every year on average. Projections were calculated assuming that both the size and the repartition of GDP would stay constant as of 2005.

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