Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
Nearly 2,000 homes destroyed as storm brings chaos to China’s south-eastern coast after hitting Taiwan.
There is a possibility that the Futagawa fault zone had an active cycle of between 8,100 and 26,000 years.
A Rare “Blob” of Unusually Warm Water That Did Massive Damage to California’s Marine Life Has Reemerged
It’s not a creature from a horror flick, but it might as well be for marine scientists.
Emergency funds to fight Ebola may run out in October because they were poached to fight Zika.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
An electronic exchange for terrorism insurance to serve as guinea pig.
Having opened an office in Hong Kong last week, US quant fund manager AQR is targeting onshore pension funds and insurers.
Outgoing chief may make 2019 comeback once cooling-off period over.
Agricultural insurance premiums in China have increased tremendously since 2007－gross written premiums rose from $89 million in 2007 to $5.1 billion in 2014.
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