Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
Jones is retiring from the USGS this month to help officials develop science-based policies related to climate change, tsunamis and other kinds of natural disasters.
Research from the University of Adelaide hopes to provide advances in the planning for flood risk, thanks to a new, faster method of assessing the highly complex factors that cause floods in a specific location.
Crises of infectious diseases are becoming more common. The world should be better prepared.
A Donald Trump presidency poses a top-10 risk event that could disrupt the world economy, lead to political chaos in the U.S. and heighten security risks for the United States.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
“At Hamilton, we’re taking a cautious position on cyber.”
A six-year scheme which exempts insurers from antitrust rules under certain conditions is no longer necessary.
Inaction by Florida lawmakers to address a spike in water-damage claims could reverse years of work to shrink state-backed Citizens Property Insurance.
Major global shipping insurance companies are in talks with the US government seeking exemption from sanctions to be able to adequately cover cargoes of Iranian crude and oil products.
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