Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
A new online map lets Seattle residents zoom in on the range of natural hazards that threaten their homes, hangouts and workplaces.
In 2015, we didn’t have to fear acts of God — our disasters, fueled by climate change, were man-made.
Deadly extreme weather on at least five continents is driven in large part by a record-breaking El Nino, but climate change is a likely booster too, experts said Monday.
Four years of drought and heavy reliance on pumping of groundwater have made the land sink faster than ever up and down the Central Valley.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
Proposed anti-inversion regulations help mollify insurers by clarifying the “cash box” issue, but M&A activity in the insurance sector is still fraught with regulatory uncertainty.
The staid world of insurance has thrown up an interesting value play. The actors include two of China’s top insurers and one of America’s.
By far the worst physical toll was in the suburbs of Dallas, particularly Garland, where more than 600 structures were damaged.
Britain is still building nearly 10,000 new homes a year on floodplains despite growing warnings over episodes of extreme flooding.