Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
The bad weather, or the threat of it, prompted the governors of Missouri and New Mexico to declare a state of emergency for their states.
Over 70% of this increase flood losses can be attributed to economic growth in flood prone areas.
The Cabinet Office has unveiled estimates of horizontal vibrations of tall buildings, the first of its kind.
The Australian Institute for Criminology puts the price tag on their destructive habits at about $1.6 billion a year.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
Insurance industry waits for flood waters to recede before estimating cost of damage but economist says emergency will impact economic growth.
Windstorm Niklas caused 750 million euros in claims alone.
Most eye-catching deal is the share buying by Shenzhen property and insurance group Baoneng in China Vanke.
Pressure is mounting on Peter Hancock to come up with a compelling plan to boost profits at the giant insurer.
Homeowners start to return to area, but fire authority warns that danger could return when temperatures rise up to 35C on New Year’s Eve.
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