Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
If the Sun were to superflare the Earth’s communications and energy systems could be at serious risk of failing.
A criminologist reviews recent research to dispel common misconceptions.
Researchers combine real vehicle, scene, and medical data to simulate car crashes on a supercomputer.
Samples taken from drilling super deep into a line of deep trenches, mountains and undersea volcanoes are set to revolutionise earth science.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
In the climate negotiations, there is still a lack of clarity on what “loss and damage” is, and how to resolve it.
UK pension de-risking deals are set to surge in 2016 as insurers prepare to provide them with record funding of £15 billion – £5 billion more than this year, according to consultant Lane, Clark & Peacock.
The deal represents about $22 billion of insurance in force and XL expects to record a net loss of about $34 million tied to the transaction.
Britain’s insurers were warned by the Bank of England on Wednesday not to dip into their reserves to flatter earnings if doing so would undermine their resilience to market shocks.