Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
An experimental forecast team has put together the first seasonal outlook for tornadoes in the U.S.
Nathan is set to have a major impact as a category three system, or higher, when it hits far north Queensland, forecasters expect.
Recently released research on earthquakes in Oklahoma explains why injection wells may cause quakes here and warns of the possibility for big ones.
Through smart financial instruments, countries can be encouraged to build resilience to disaster.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
The Sendai summit is due to adopt a new global plan to reduce the risks of disasters – and protecting development investments across the board is a key aim.
A research paper analyzes the impact factors on the issuance of an insurance-linked security, and gives an ILS pricing formula and the conditions of existence and stability of the issue price.
Global financial regulators may cast a larger dragnet for classifying which money managers can be deemed “too big to fail.”
The Indian parliament has amended an insurance law pending since 2008 that will raise the foreign investment cap from 26% to 49%.