Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
A Rutgers historian’s study of the Black Death also sheds light on threats such as climate change.
Tropical storm Chedza swept over the island nation this weekend, displacing tens of thousands of people and killing 49, the National Office for Disaster Management said.
USGS plans to update the maps for Texas (and other parts of the country) to account for an increase in man-made earthquakes.
If all the ice in the Greenland Ice Sheet melts, global sea level would rise by about 24 feet.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
Swiss Re AG Chief Executive Officer Michel Lies called for the creation of a special infrastructure asset class to allow insurers to invest in projects such as roads and bridges.
It’s still more expensive to buy homeowners insurance in Florida than anywhere else in the country.
Lloyd’s, the specialist insurance market, sees India as one of its priority territories.
The cost to BP of the Deepwater disaster could be higher than the “actual” – to use his word – cost of Hurricane Katrina.
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