Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
Bushfires burning south of Perth have destroyed two houses and three sheds, and firefighters near Northcliffe have been putting in 30-hour shifts.
“Phenomena of change in weather conditions are not observed on a monthly or yearly basis.”
As Californians wait expectantly for rain, scientists from San Diego are flying through storms to find out what causes precipitation.
Next week, civic hackers and first responders will convene to commemorate the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina with dozens of new emergency apps.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
The growth of insurance-linked products that allow investors to participate in the reinsurance market is “more friend than foe,” said Henning Ludolphs.
Mario Draghi’s plan to revitalise the eurozone through quantitative easing will further undermine the solvency of life insurance and pension companies in the continent’s largest economy.
It’s $678,000 in annual income, and in Darien 30.1 percent of employed residents work in either financial or insurance positions.
The government review of the Earthquake Commission’s funding and policy structures is leaving global reinsurers in limbo.