Resilience Blog

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California Weekly Update: 01/15/21

Click here to read the latest news from California, compiled by Janet Ruiz, Triple-I’s Director of Strategic Communications.

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Florida Weekly Update: 01/15/21

Click here to read the latest news from Florida, compiled by Mark Friedlander, Triple-I’s Director of Corporate Communications.

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Triple-I-Backed Resilience Innovation Hub to Expand In 2021

01/15/2020 The Insurance Information Institute (Triple-I) and ResilientH20 Partners announced yesterday that the Resilience Innovation Hub is expanding its national leadership team and partnership […]

Floods

Expanded Triple-I Flood Risk Maps Provide Richer Perspective

Jeff Dunsavage, Senior Research Analyst, Triple-I01/11/2021 The Triple-I Resilience Accelerator’s flood risk visualization tool is being enhanced with: National Flood […]

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How disaster prone is your county? FEMA’s new Risk Index has answers

By Maria Sassian, Research Director, Triple-I 01/06/2021 The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) this week launched a mapping tool that […]

Floods

Study: Extremes in snow-melt flooding and drought tied to climate change

By Maria Sassian, Research Director, Triple-I 12/29/2020 When people think about flooding brought about by climate change, chances are they […]

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California Weekly Update: 12/18/20

Click here to read the latest news from California, compiled by Janet Ruiz, Triple-I’s Director of Strategic Communications.

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Florida Weekly Update: 12/18/20

Click here to read the latest news from Florida, compiled by Mark Friedlander, Triple-I’s Director of Corporate Communications.

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Rising interest seen in parametric insurance

Jeff Dunsavage, Senior Research Analyst12/14/2020 Parametric insurance appears to have received increased interest in 2020. A recent Artemis article says […]

Hurricanes

2021’s hurricane season may be another active one

12/11/2020 Colorado State University’s first outlook on the 2021 hurricane season says we might be in for another active year. […]