Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
The vertical movement is the result of seismic strain that will be ultimately released in a large earthquake.
Four consecutive years of severe drought in California, a dramatic rise in bark beetle infestation and warmer temperatures are leading to historic levels of tree die-off and wildfire risk.
People heading to polling stations to vote in the EU referendum have had to wade through deep waters, as torrential rain fell on parts of London.
The Philippine Government Staged Gory Post-Apocalyptic Scenes in the Streets as a National Earthquake Warning
The capital region of Metro Manila has been a particular focus for the heightened earthquake education initiatives.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
A minister suggested that accessing benefits from the Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility should be addressed in Jamaica’s review of its relationship with its Caricom partners.
General Electrical announced that the location of its new international headquarters would be squarely inside a flood zone, but GE won’t pay more because of the increasing risk of flooding due to sea level rise.
The UK is contemplating bold regulatory moves that aim to make London a hub for insurance-linked securities, and snatch an advantage in a market dominated by U.S. investors.
Just $13.5bn of the $3tn spent on development aid over the last two decades was spent on ensuring development was protected from disasters
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