Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
Conditions would appear to favor an above-average season.
Canadian “guerrilla” archivists will be assisting a rushed effort to preserve US government climate data.
Researchers have identified the deep hole, known as the Banda Detachment, was created by subduction.
New reports paint a picture of spreading H5N6 avian flu in birds in Asia, while Hungary, Poland, and France report more farm outbreaks involving the H5N8 strain.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
At an estimated $49 billion, insured losses rose by nearly a third from $37 billion in 2015, but covered less than a third of the costs incurred from catastrophes over the year.
Washington’s insurance commissioner has a strategy for coverage negotiations: Give the insurance companies what they want.
The costliest hailstorms struck Fort Worth, Arlington, Plano, Wylie and San Antonio.
As Lloyd’s of London provides market infrastructure, it has little to lose by being first mover out of the UK.
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