Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
A model of flows from Hurricane Sandy in 2012 by the Stevens Institute of Technology shows how strategically placed sea walls might work.
The Taiwanese government has ordered an investigation into the collapse of a highrise building, as images emerged showing tin cans built into the walls of the toppled complex.
Actually experiencing extreme weather does not seem to be having a significant impact on American citizens’ concern about climate change.
Thanks to satellites above, as well as cameras on the ground, shows extreme weather raked the United States from the last week of January through the beginning of February.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
Outstanding balances of cat bond funds in Japan totaled 227.3 billion yen ($1.93 billion) at the end of last December.
The UK government and regulators have launched a push to change key aspects of the new Solvency II regime for insurers.
With margins being relentlessly squeezed from all angles and with catastrophe and attritional losses at historically low levels what does that mean for the insurance industry in the year of the Monkey?
Australia’s biggest insurance and wealth companies’ earnings will be revealed in the next two weeks.
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