July 7th, 2018 | by Nexus Media
As more areas of the world continue to be decimated by extreme events, many fueled by climate change, it is important that reconstruction policies -- especially when seeking to restore peoples’ livelihoods -- take into account the human factors of well-being and contentment
November 23rd, 2017 | by Joshua S Hill
A combination of natural disasters and extreme weather events impacting the entire globe is likely to mean 2017 will be the most expensive on record according to 28 insurance industry organizations.
January 8th, 2017 | by Adam Johnston
Last year saw insurers pay out $50 billion in insured losses from natural disasters, according to The Guardian. The Kyushu Island earthquakes in Japan ranked as the two largest disasters. These two events saw insurers pay out $6 billion from $31 billion in total damages. Chinese flooding last summer near the Yangtze River caused $28 billion in losses, and was the largest weather-related disaster cost wise in 2016, said Jeff Masters of Weather Underground. However, only $300 million was insured from the third-largest non-US weather disaster in recorded history
May 6th, 2015 | by Christopher DeMorro
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