Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
An earthquake, believed to be the strongest to hit Italy since 1980, struck the center of the country on Sunday.
A series of devastating earthquakes have killed hundreds and destroyed scores of towns and villages. But it may only get worse.
Thanks to computing power, forecasters can track events such as Hurricane Sandy with pinpoint accuracy.
Damage caused by future storms will be exacerbated by sea level rise — estimates suggest that by 2050, Sandy-sized storms could flood nearly 25% of New York City.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
Last year a leader that oversees the Florida Hurricane Catastrophe Fund challenged the hurricane fund’s conservative allocation and low return.
Business is not going to hang around waiting for the [UK] government to spell out what their vision is for their negotiating position.
Iain Ferguson argues the insurance industry emerged from the financial crisis relatively unscathed, change is still afoot in the industry, not least for Japanese firms.
The embers of innovation are beginning to char the massive $1.2 trillion underbelly of the largest industry in the world.