Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
Climate changes are creating more days where forests and grasslands are dried out and ready to burn.
Drop attributed to restrictions on oil and gas companies’ pumping of wastewater from underground operations.
Searching for ‘earthquake’ will now bring up a map of recent earthquakes with basic information about them.
September ozone hole has shrunk by 4 million square kilometers since 2000.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
The insurance industry is stepping up its lobbying efforts to prepare for Brexit as it faces losing business to other parts of the EU.
Governor says island commonwealth won’t be able to cover nearly $2 billion in looming bond payments.
Reinsurance rates have softened in the June/July renewals season, against a backdrop of overcapacity, although the pace of the price reductions has slowed.
Predicting the Unpredictable: Considerations for Rate Filing Support When Implementing Predictive Models
Regulators may also require a variety of support because of the black-box nature of predictive models.
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