Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
The estimated number of coastal dwellers affected by rising sea level is three times higher than previously projected.
From 1887 up until 1950, American weather forecasters were forbidden from attempting to predict tornados.
Each spring Michael Fagin’s weather predictions could mean the difference between life and death.
Research based on a new study of California’s 1812 earthquake yields insights to improve future seismic hazard predictions.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
Munich Re expects profit to decline this year as falling prices for its products and low interest rates weigh on investment earnings.
Global reinsurance giant Aon Benfield has urged the government and the local insurance sector to make better use of “deep-dive” data analytics.
Europe’s 10-trillion euro insurance industry is turning to emerging debt for the higher returns it desperately needs.
Economic net worth for the firm declined.
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