Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
Over the past several years, a torrent of small earthquakes has accompanied the glut of oil and gas produced by industrial operations across the central United States.
Lawmakers and their allies who want to rein in big banks are ready to pounce if it isn’t strict enough.
11 more deaths due to the disease were reported in Rajasthan, one of the worst-affected states.
US expert Alan Robock raises concern over who would control climate-altering technologies if research is paid for by intelligence agencies.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
Three years without major natural catastrophes mean returns on insurance-linked securities have fallen and consultants are now advising against them.
New Zealand’s dual insurance system has been deemed “inefficient” by a leading insurance company in the wake of the Canterbury earthquakes.
The profitability of the Australian property and casualty insurance industry is steadily recovering as it moves beyond significant natural disaster losses in 2011, Moody’s says.
John Mayall, Chief Architect at Jardine Lloyd Thompson, talks about selling the cloud to the reinsurance industry.