Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
Snowstorms like the historic blizzard that lashed the East Coast this weekend may be more numerous than they used to be.
Enormous swaths of the shoreline were washed out to sea, leaving cliffs of sand in their absence.
It’s the perfect example of why forecasts that vary based on probability are so important, and why outlier predictions should not be dismissed.
UN predicts extreme weather from climate change is grossly underestimated.
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The deal could act as a model for other developing nations, but will investors step up?
Peter Hancock is expected to seek to sideline activist campaigners this week by showing AIG has a bright future without separating its life and general insurance arms.
The preliminary figure includes $700 million from a fire centered largely in Lake County that killed four and destroyed nearly 2,000 structures
The storm would likely be rated as one of the top 15 winter storms in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic since 1900.
As the GOP heads for year’s convention, planners will continue work behind the scenes to secure policies that protect people and places from unforeseen catastrophe.
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