Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
Leading public health officials said that a worldwide influenza pandemic threatening millions of people is the greatest international infectious-disease threat they can envision.
Scientists have begun work on a major new study to explore how the warming Arctic climate could be influencing the weather in Britain and beyond.
A new analysis confirms the protective role played by wetlands.
Neighboring shale-rich Oklahoma recorded more than a dozen small quakes in the past week.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
A newly released analysis from CoreLogic reveals that a major earthquake along the San Andreas fault could damage twice as many homes as previously thought.
“You can build a house which is insurable tomorrow, but is wholly unsuitable 30 years down the track”
CEOs on the panel said they were pleased with the progress in the rate environment — which may have reached a bottom.
The insurance industry will be responsible for covering the brunt of that cost with the industry estimating claims at C$3.6 billion.
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