Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
A relatively dry El Niño winter, a warm spring that melted snow earlier and years of policies have left forests ripe for burning.
A study of slow-motion tremor in tectonic plates a first for scientists.
Hurricanes hitting the Southeast coast can supercharge the region’s forests, spurring them to store more than 100 times the carbon released annually by all vehicles in the U.S.
While extreme rainfall events may at first lead to more flooding, river channels may rapidly increase their size to accommodate the flow.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
Insurance group’s chief investment officer Steven Goulart says industry is ‘just too inconsistent’
“Despite challenging conditions in both the financial and reinsurance markets, we continue to believe in our total return model.”
A speech by the Bank of England’s Andrew Bulley on longevity risk transfer deals.
In the last decade, Albertans — and insurance companies operating in the province — have been hit hard by natural disasters.
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