Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
While Kammuri curved east of Japan over the weekend, another threat looms later this week as Tropical Storm Phanfone approaches the region.
The ongoing California drought may, or may not, be due to climate change.
The new program will help build up the two nations’ climate resilience by working on adaptation to extreme weather like drought and severe storms.
The worst-case scenario means endless fires, impotent rescue services, and no water for months.
Even though the public health community knows from previous outbreaks how to contain it, we did alarmingly little to stop Ebola until very recently — and some say too late.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
The U.S. Federal Reserve on Tuesday announced plans to study the potential effects of forcing big insurance companies to meet tough funding restrictions required by the 2010 Dodd-Frank law.
Given the “staggering amount of the payments” life insurers might suffer severe “financial damage” if they follow the FSS ruling.
Radian Group Inc. may decide on a plan to free up funds at its bond insurer by the end of the year, Chief Financial Officer Bob Quint said.
Despite the fact that there are many kinds of insurance policies available that arguably cover various “parts” of cyber risk, the parts that are not covered are significant.
Using data from satellite imagery, insurers can assess the impact of drought on the vegetation that livestock need to survive. Could this be a lifeline for Kenyan farmers?
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