Property/casualty insurance market cycles may one day become a thing of the past.
Recent storms show how urbanization magnifies the impact of natural catastrophes.
FM Global’s Bret Ahnell discusses resiliency, risk mitigation and the insurance market.
Researchers assessed the preparedness of 15 Canadian cities to encourage flood resilience efforts and benchmark progress.
Has climate change had any effect on the hurricanes driving catastrophe market losses?
According to the 2015 FM Global Resilience Index, Norway is the world’s most resilient nation.
FEMA’s Mitigation Assessment Teams investigate disasters in an effort to strengthen emergency preparedness nationwide.
Citizens and regulators alike increasingly demand that emergency plans take animals into account.
Unmanned aerial vehicles offer insurers the opportunity to enhance the way they do business, while also demanding they come up with new solutions.
Ten years after Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans navigates the road to recovery.
Global natural disasters caused drastically lower economic and insured losses in 2014.
For insurers, the climate change debate is quickly becoming irrelevant as potentially catastrophic threats demand taking the subject very seriously.
Organizations increasingly adopt water management strategies to control costs and combat the looming threat of scarcity.
By 2100, scientists predict lightning strikes in the continental United States will increase by 50%.
Only about half of property/casualty insurers are comprehensively addressing climate risks.