Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
Submarine landslides are deeply interesting – these are largest slides on earth in terms of both runout and volume.
Oklahoma had more earthquakes of 3.0-magnitude and higher in 2014 than all earthquakes of that size since 1978 combined.
The same loopy weather patterns directing California’s ongoing drought and last year’s deep freeze across the East Coast may also change how often tornadoes strike the southeastern United States.
The South Ferry station at the tip of Manhattan still resembles an aquatic environment after it flooded during the 2012 storm.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
Analysts are asking Buffett to consider expanding disclosures, particularly about Berkshire’s large insurance businesses.
Insurers, others worry about the potential for catastrophic accidents.
Two cat bond funds among the top performing credit funds last year.
Bermuda has said it is “surprised and disappointed” to be included on a list of places Ed Miliband says Labour would target in a tax avoidance clampdown.
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