Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
A research collaboration is upending the traditional modeling process, yielding predictions that are both simpler to calculate and more attuned to a hyper-connected world.
England spends nearly four times more on activities that may cause flooding than it invests to combat flooding, the Green Alliance think tank has said.
Japanese researchers have revealed a relationship between helium levels in groundwater and the amount of stress exerted on inner rock layers of the earth.
Media coverage so far has focused on the prospect of the Trump administration killing off NASA’s research on climate change, but the issues are much broader.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
Apollo counts Athene as one of its top holdings and reaps hundreds of millions of dollars in annual fees for helping to manage the insurer’s investments.
Pension funds and insurers have increasingly embraced alternative investments.
China is open to sharing experiences and cooperating with Asian countries on solvency regulation.
It hopes the move could improving its falling share-price, but said it would serve the interests of both policyholders and shareholders.
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