Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
The frequencies of droughts, extreme temperatures, floods, and wildfires have increased over the last 60 years, according to HSBC’s climate change strategist Ashim Paun.
About a million people have died in earthquakes in the last two decades, most in a handful of huge quakes in urban areas.
Researchers have gained a better understanding of the conditions that cause severe hail to form, and are producing predictions with far greater accuracy than those currently used operationally.
Understanding the potential social and economic damage and loss wrought by tropical cyclones requires an understanding of how they will change a future climate, but also the impact on social change.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
Insurance is gaining importance in and beyond the climate negotiations and offers many opportunities to improve climate risk management in developing countries.
Scott’s office proposed that Cabinet interview only Jeffrey Bragg, a former top insurance official in both the Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush administration.
China’s largest life insurer by premiums is struggling as interest rates fall.
More and more companies are persuaded that climate change is real. So why aren’t insurers factoring it into property insurance premiums?
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