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Of all of the natural hazards, flood is the most expensive.
A new bond framework can provide dividends for completing infrastructure projects that boost resilience.
We focus on the risk mitigation and coverage challenges of climate change, economic nationalism, cyber business interruption and artificial intelligence.
As seas rise, so does the risk that buyers will become leery of taking on mortgages along our coasts.
That property in the foothills may look enticing, but climate change is driving an increasing occurrence of mudslides.
A new report helps insurers — and regulators — benchmark progress on climate change preparedness.
A new report helps insurers -- and regulators -- benchmark progress on climate change preparedness.
Public and private sector experts are planning resiliency efforts to combat potential disaster losses and the problem of underinsurance.
The oceans' critical impact on property risk is just beginning to be understood.
Parametric weather products offer event organizers improved protection of revenues in an increasingly unpredictable climate.
Hailstorms are happening more often and striking more severely. The insurance industry is trying to find ways to mitigate the damage.
California’s chief insurance regulator asks insurers to divest themselves of thermal coal holdings.
The short- and long-term challenges of climate change are motivating low-lying municipalities to explore options and form strategic partnerships.
Insurers are working with their clients -- and their own organizations -- to reduce carbon footprints and better manage climate change.
Coral reefs protect against flooding, and coral is used in the creation of heart disease and cancer drugs.
Many coastal U.S. cities are sinking, while sea levels are rising. Commercial property owners may be more exposed to flood risk than they realize.
Wishes for a wet winter may lead to unexpected catastrophe.
Taking it easy in a light hurricane season is exactly the wrong thing to do.
New studies warn that some of the world's largest aquifers may soon run dry, with no hope of ever filling again.
Climate change is speeding the deterioration of an already aged system. The fix will cost trillions.