Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
A magnitude 5 earthquake struck Oklahoma on Sunday near the largest U.S. oil storage hub, prompting some pipeline companies to shut down operations at the site as a precaution.
Charleston, South Carolina, is adapting to a hotter, wetter and riskier future.
After a weekend of wild weather and with the cyclone season upon us, it is a good time to ask — why do we fail to prepare for the worst?
Officials’ promotion prospects are linked to economic growth in their areas, creating “dangerous short-termism” in decision making.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
The Australian insurance industry and the federal government are looking at extending to the Asia-Pacific region a global push to insure against the cost of dealing with the growing number of natural disasters.
China has green-lit a sweeping and controversial law that may grant Beijing unprecedented access to foreign companies’ technology and hamstring their operations in the world’s second-largest economy.
When ministers gather at the two-week U.N. climate change talks in Morocco, one of their focuses will be finding ways to boost funding for developing countries to adapt to the effects of climate change.
RELX, which has for years been buying and building up databases of police information, has become something like the Ticketmaster of insurance reporting.
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