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Triple-I paper looks at convective storms, mitigation, and resilience

Severe convective storms—tornadoes, hail, drenching thunderstorms with lightning, and damaging straight-line winds—are among the biggest threats to life and property […]


National Hurricane Preparedness Week 2020

The start of what may be an “above-normal” 2020 Atlantic hurricane season is a month away and homeowners, renters, and […]

Triple-I non-resident scholar Dr. Phil Klotzbach

2020 hurricane season projected to be ‘above normal’

The 2020 Atlantic hurricane season activity is projected to be “above normal,” according to Triple-I non-resident scholar Dr. Phil Klotzbach. […]


Zurich North America’s report on California wildfires: Investing in resilience is key

A new report by Zurich North America, in collaboration with DuPont and the nonprofit Institute for Social and Environmental Transition […]


Mississippi flood insurance purchases low, despite wetter rainy seasons – and they are not alone

Hundreds of homes and businesses were damaged by flooding, as heavy rains inundated Jackson, Mississippi, over the President’s Day weekend, […]

flood victims

Covered: The story of a more insured world

What does it mean to live in a more insured world? For one thing, it means we’re protecting lives and […]


2019 Atlantic hurricane season

Colorado State University’s Department of Atmospheric Science released a summary of the 2019 Atlantic hurricane season on November 20, 2019. […]


The ‘Sand Palace:’ A poster child for resilience

You probably remember the “Sand Palace,” the lone house standing after Hurricane Michael made landfall in the Florida panhandle in […]


Facts + Statistics: Hurricanes

The official Atlantic hurricane season runs from June through November, but occasionally storms form outside those months. September is the […]


Tornado facts and safety

When atmospheric conditions are right, tornadoes can strike with little warning and cause grave amounts of damage in a very […]