About The Triple-I
At the Triple-I, we want people to have the information they need to make educated decisions, manage risk, and appreciate the essential value of insurance.
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About Impact Forecasting
The Impact Forecasting team, part of Aon’s Reinsurance Solutions business, serves as a catastrophe model development center of excellence – analyzing the financial implications of catastrophic events and assisting reinsurers and organizations to achieve a greater understanding of their risks. To learn more, visit: Aon Impact Forecasting.
Colorado State University Department of Atmospheric Science
The Tropical Meteorology Project was founded by Dr. William Gray (1929-2016), who was the first to issue seasonal Atlantic hurricane forecasts. The Project, located in the Department of Atmospheric Science, has delivered annual hurricane forecasts since 1984. Dr. Phil Klotzbach, co-author from 2001 to 2005 and lead author of the forecasts since 2006, has published more than 30 peer-reviewed journal articles on various aspects of tropical cyclones. He is a non-resident scholar with the Insurance Information Institute and presently serves as chair of the expert team on seasonal forecasting for the World Meteorological Organization.