Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
The National Water Model takes in weather, river and geological data and predicts when and where major floods will happen.
Defenses against storms and floods, built on past events, will fail unless emergency planners use forward-looking data that account for rapid climate change.
The earthquake distribution on ultraslow mid-ocean ridges differs fundamentally from other spreading zones.
Scientists say their findings represent the first time that the origin of an influenza pandemic virus has been determined in such detail.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
The head of London-based Willis Towers Watson Plc said the company is well-equipped to deal with disruption from U.K. voters’ decision to leave the European Union.
Cleveland Quintuples RNC ‘Protest Insurance’ Coverage to $50 million, Citing Increased Risk Concerns
Cleveland officials on Wednesday voted to quintuple the city’s so-called ‘protest insurance’ associated for the Republican National Convention.
A new “climate-smart lending platform” aims to make credit easier and cheaper to access for farmers working to protect their crops.
Fort Lauderdale-based Universal Insurance Holdings has expanded into Alabama and Minnesota and now writes policies in 13 states.
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