Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
Oklahoma may end the year with as many as 600 earthquakes, about a third fewer than last year, but the magnitude of the tremors continues to grow.
China couldn’t have invented global warming as a hoax to harm U.S. competitiveness because it was the U.S. that started climate negotiations, China’s Foreign Minister said.
The instrument, called Atmospheric Emitted Radiance Interferometer, measures temperature, water vapor and trace gases in the lowest layer of Earth’s atmosphere.
Mission scientists will use data collected to calculate surface wind speeds, providing a better picture of a storm’s strength and intensity, and storm surge.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
The move has reopened a long debate about what data should be used in setting rates and what should be prohibited even if it is effective at identifying risks.
Zurich Insurance Group AG will cut costs by $1.5 billion from 2015 through 2019 as Chief Executive Officer Mario Greco overhauls Switzerland’s largest insurer.
Losses from wild storms last Friday are escalating quickly at a time local insurance companies with businesses in New Zealand brace for a deluge of claims after an earthquake.
Industry body says regulation has reduced choice in the annuity market.
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