Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
Scientists grapple over the extent to which humans are making extreme weather worse.
What about all the CO2 already in the air? Suck it out. And if that doesn’t work? A risky emergency fix based on reflective particles.
MassMutual Foundation’s $15 million commitment to education and research in computer and data science is being presented as a public-private partnership.
Meteorological models are picking up the prospect of another east coast low forming off eastern Australia.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
Europe’s biggest insurer worked with Bermuda-based investment manager to test distributed ledger technology in a natural catastrophe swap transaction.
Today’s largest container vessels can cost $200 million and carry many thousands of containers — potentially creating $1 billion in concentrated, floating risk.
“It is one of the few industries where London is in the lead globally,” Lloyd’s Nelson says of reinsurance.
Europe’s top insurers are selling protection to German banks that hoard billions of euros of cash in vaults to avoid paying a penalty by parking it at the European Central Bank.
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