Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
Scientists have not been successful at forecasting an El Niño’s effect on weather.
Epidemiologists say that the virus’s invisibility makes it more dangerous.
Globally there were 14,588 earthquakes of magnitude 4.0 or greater in 2015.
Enterprise GIS is increasingly an integral part of catastrophe planning, making disaster response proactive rather than purely reactive.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
A big part of the strategic plan is the promise of at least $25 billion in stock buybacks and dividends.
“Some revision in pricing is required especially in areas like insurance for natural catastrophe.”
European oil companies have struggled to find tankers with insurance that covers shipments from Iran.
December’s inundation have raised questions over whether Flood Re on its own is a sufficient response to the risk and growing costs of flooding.
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