Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
The hurricane season has in fact grown longer since 1979.
The band of storms stretched from the coast of Louisiana, across Mississippi and Alabama and into Georgia.
The unusually mild and dry summer and fall in the lower 48 states, in particular, has played a role in priming the Southeast for wildfires.
An increasing number of observations is important to drive the mathematical models used in weather forecasting.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
TRIP could be expanded to cover cyber events and renamed to allow for coverage of all catastrophic cyberattacks.
Insurers are reliant on so-called passporting rights to sell insurance policies throughout the European Union.
Peru, Chile, Colombia and Mexico – members of the Pacific Alliance – are interested in developing a catastrophe bond.
Some of this total would be covered by insurance or existing resources.
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