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AIR Worldwide (AIR) provides risk modeling solutions that make individuals, businesses, and society more resilient to extreme events. In 1987, AIR Worldwide founded the catastrophe modeling industry and today models the risk from natural catastrophes, terrorism, pandemics, casualty catastrophes, and cyber incidents. Insurance, reinsurance, financial, corporate, and government clients rely on AIR’s advanced science, software, and consulting services for catastrophe risk management, insurance-linked securities, longevity modeling, site-specific engineering analyses, and agricultural risk management.

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What Is an Earthquake Swarm?

What Is an Earthquake Swarm?

October 8, 2020
More Wet and Slow Hurricanes Mean More Inland Flooding

More Wet and Slow Hurricanes Mean More Inland Flooding

October 1, 2020
Was the Midwest Derecho in August an Extreme Event?

Was the Midwest Derecho in August an Extreme Event?

September 21, 2020
Wow, South Korea Just Experienced Three Typhoons in a Row

Wow, South Korea Just Experienced Three Typhoons in a Row

September 10, 2020
The Pine Gulch Fire and Colorado Wildfire Risk

The Pine Gulch Fire and Colorado Wildfire Risk

September 3, 2020
Video: A Comprehensive View of Flood and Hurricane Risk in the U.S.

Video: A Comprehensive View of Flood and Hurricane Risk in the U.S.

August 24, 2020
Why Is a Moderate Earthquake in North Carolina Noteworthy?

Why Is a Moderate Earthquake in North Carolina Noteworthy?

August 13, 2020
What the 2018 Kerala Floods Taught Us about India Flood Risk

What the 2018 Kerala Floods Taught Us about India Flood Risk

August 3, 2020
A New Approach to Modeling Climate Change Risk

A New Approach to Modeling Climate Change Risk

July 30, 2020
State-Level COVID-19 Projections for the U.S.

State-Level COVID-19 Projections for the U.S.

July 23, 2020
Prepare for Hurricane Season with a Unified View of Flood Risk

Prepare for Hurricane Season with a Unified View of Flood Risk

July 9, 2020
Arizona Wildfires Realize Significant Large Fire Potential

Arizona Wildfires Realize Significant Large Fire Potential

June 22, 2020
Tsunami Risk in Japan: A Devastating Event 124 Years Ago Today

Tsunami Risk in Japan: A Devastating Event 124 Years Ago Today

June 15, 2020
Valdivia  Earthquake: The Strongest Ever Recorded

Valdivia Earthquake: The Strongest Ever Recorded

May 21, 2020
April's High Tornado Count

April's High Tornado Count

May 4, 2020
Understanding the True Extent of Potential Payments after a Wet 2019 U.S. Crop Season

Understanding the True Extent of Potential Payments after a Wet 2019 U.S. Crop Season

April 30, 2020
Australia’s Updated Earthquake Hazard Is Reduced—But the Risk Remains

Australia’s Updated Earthquake Hazard Is Reduced—But the Risk Remains

April 20, 2020
The Verisk COVID-19 Projection Tool

The Verisk COVID-19 Projection Tool

April 16, 2020
Seismic Hazards Exist Across the U.S., Even in Utah

Seismic Hazards Exist Across the U.S., Even in Utah

March 23, 2020
The Cost of Mismanaging Machine Identities

The Cost of Mismanaging Machine Identities

February 24, 2020
Building a Climate-Resilient Future: The Role of Insurance

Building a Climate-Resilient Future: The Role of Insurance

February 20, 2020
Identifying New Risks and Learning How Old Ones May Evolve

Identifying New Risks and Learning How Old Ones May Evolve

January 16, 2020
Three Severe European Winter Storms Together Were a Wake-Up Call

Three Severe European Winter Storms Together Were a Wake-Up Call

December 19, 2019
Even Moderate Earthquakes Can Devastate Australia

Even Moderate Earthquakes Can Devastate Australia

December 12, 2019
What if the World Series Earthquake Were Repeated Today?

What if the World Series Earthquake Were Repeated Today?

October 17, 2019
Typhoon Vera's 60th Anniversary: Why Japan Re-evaluated Disaster Prevention

Typhoon Vera's 60th Anniversary: Why Japan Re-evaluated Disaster Prevention

September 26, 2019
The Coastline at Risk

The Coastline at Risk

August 20, 2019
How Catastrophe Modeling Can Help Make Buildings More Resilient

How Catastrophe Modeling Can Help Make Buildings More Resilient

May 4, 2017

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