The publishers of Insurance Business invite you to a timely conversation on floods
Just days after lifting the forest fire evacuation order, torrential rainfall has flooded Fort McMurray streets. Will the water contribute to already massive insurance losses?
Emergency evacuation plans are a must for museums, as Louvre moves priceless art to higher ground
As forest fires rapidly spread throughout Fort McMurray, so too did information via social media as insurers head online for critical connections
Karl Sullivan, General Manager for the Policy, Risk and Disaster Planning at Insurance Council of Australia, shares the top challenges insurers face when responding to catastrophic overland flooding
Assessments show that over seven in 10 of dikes and levees in the area are vulnerable to failure
City government attributes the drop in claim numbers to effective anti-flooding infrastructure projects
Australia has experienced its share of catastrophic flooding resulting in efforts to harness data to mitigate risk. Expert Karl Sullivan shares how a similar approach can benefit Canadians
Severe rain events and a changing climate mean flood risk is rising across Canada – what does this mean for the insurance industry?
Want to be part of the national insurance solution to overland flood risk? The government has opened the door to proposals as part of its new National Disaster Mitigation Program
A new agreement between the Government of Alberta and power company TransAlta will take action against some of the province’s most flood-prone zones – but will it reduce premiums?