Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
Given the range in the results, it is likely that climate change approximately doubled the odds of this event.
A recent study researchers do the math on whether it would make sense to use the timber in existing coal plants, which can be “co-fired” with wood.
Higher ductility could reduce the chance of progressive collapse and it’s a common concern when building in earthquake-prone areas.
The $23 million network, called a “meson” is already partially up and running, but it is not clear the network can predict approaching storms any better than the National Weather Service already does.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
The settlement, in which Willis denied wrongdoing, require court approval.
The U.K. government needs to provide the finance industry with more certainty about when it will trigger Brexit, Wilson argues.
Insured losses from Hurricane Hermine could amount to $500 million, but the industry could absorb the hit.
Because of her very limited capacity for crisis response, Africa is especially vulnerable to climate disasters.
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