Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
A look at the research a discussion with experts on the science behind attributing extreme weather events to human-caused climate change.
Just one day after the World Health Organization declared the end to the biggest outbreak of Ebola, a body in Sierra Leone had tested positive for the virus.
A Japanese research project developed an evaluation platform that validates the disaster tolerance and fault tolerance of wide-area distribution systems consisting of multiple computers on a network.
A proposal is moving forward for what’s essentially one long storm-resistant park running from Battery Park to 23rd Street. It’s name is the East Side Coastal Resiliency Project, or more colloquially, the Dryline.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
In the real estate industry companies are not only planning for a Black Swan event, but for more frequent and costly natural catastrophe events to occur.
Insurance losses from a string of natural catastrophes across Australia over the first half of summer have passed the half-a-billion dollar mark.
“The biggest driver … is the reduction in the cost of reinsurance.”
A rise in South Florida rates is directly linked to an alarming spike in non-catastrophic losses, especially water loss claims.