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Downloadcenter for statistics on natural catastrophes

Comprising some 30,000 data records, NatCatSERVICE is the most comprehensive natural catastrophe loss database in the world. Approximately 1,000 events are recorded and analysed every year. The information collated can be used to document and perform risk and trend analyses on the extent and intensity of individual natural hazard events in various parts of the world. A selection of analyses can be accessed here. You can find annual statistics from 2004 onwards, informative maps, Focus Analyses and comprehensive basic knowledge in Touch Natural Hazards. Registration is free of charge.

Detailed statistics on major global natural catastrophes in 2012

Chart of the most severe natural catastrophes since 1980

Geo Risks Research compact: Touch Natural Hazards

You can find comprehensive basic knowledge, analyses, statistics and insurance know-how on all aspects of natural hazards on our Touch Natural Hazards information platform. Registration is free of charge.

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Touch Natural Hazards

Basic knowledge, analyses, statistics and insurance know-how on all aspects of natural hazards and natural catastrophes.

Recent Publication

Topics Geo 2012 – Analyses, assessments and positions about the year of natural hazards.


Globe of Natural Hazards (DVD)


The new edition of the NATHAN Globe of Natural Hazards DVD is now available. In addition to the latest NatCatSERVICE figures, the new DVD includes a global wildfire hazard map and a population density map.


Registered users find more information in our client portal.


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