Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
Undrained conditions are a key factor in the generation low-frequency earthquakes.
The quake struck in the ocean about 45 kilometers east of Papua New Guinea’s New Ireland island.
A study of recent data suggests that only good fortune has so far saved coastal communities from a major flood.
The fingerprints of climate change have been found on about two-thirds, particularly for heat events, where the warming influence has been almost universal.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
Fairfax’s offer price for Swiss insurer represents an 18% premium to Allied World’s latest closing share price
Insurance companies and pension funds are likely buyers because they need to match liabilities that span decades.
State Farm is challenging Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones’ authority to demand refunds under landmark insurance law Proposition 103.
The costs tied to Hurricane Hermine and Hurricane Matthew are the highest for disasters since the much more expensive 2004 and 2005 hurricane seasons.
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