Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
The exercise will test how agencies work together when a mega-quake rips along the Cascadia Subduction Zone and unleashes a killer tsunami.
The storm, expected to hit Florida’s Gulf Coast by Monday afternoon, began drenching parts of the southeastern United States on Sunday.
The fire was probably the result of human action–a broad category that includes everything from careless ATV drivers to issues with power lines.
German Insurers Allianz and other players have developed a new model that seeks to better reflect companies’ adaption of emission rules.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
The French insurance-industry association AFA estimated the costs may reach 600 million euros ($682 million) on June 3
Insurance expert testifies to EFSEC that no policy could cover those costs.
Customers in NSW and Queensland have made 11,150 insurance claims over damage caused by the heavy rainfall, storms and flooding.
A new model has emerged with collaborations among the private sector, nonprofit organizations, and governments resulting in innovative new approaches to disaster response.