The National Climate Assessment came out last week, and used one striking number to distinguish climate changes in the Northeast and elsewhere in the U.S.: “between 1958 and 2010, the Northeast saw more than a 70% increase in the amount of precipitation falling in very heavy events (defined as the heaviest 1% of all daily . . . → Read More: Expect 4″ of rain in NYC at least one day a year
I was just at the BICEP breakfast (Business for Innovative Climate and Energy Policy) at the Ceres Conference in Boston.
Mike, Acting Chair of White House CEQ
The acting chair of the White House Council on Environmental Quality, Mike Boots was the lead speaker at the breakfast, promoting actions on fuel standards.
I had . . . → Read More: Aqueous Advisors asks the White House CEQ about Flood Insurance
A colleague recently asked me: Where is the profession of Risk Management going?
Or, to focus the question a bit more: What will the profession of risk management look like in the U.S. in 2019?
First, the profession of risk management will grow, both in its profile and in its number of people. The world . . . → Read More: Where is the profession of risk management going?