Explore the dynamic confluence of climate change and El Niño in 2023, poised to make this year a record-breaker for global heat.
As climate change unfolds, hurricanes give a high-profile glimpse into the potential effects of a warming world.
Catastrophe models help better understand and quantify insured losses caused by climate change and climate variability.
Wildfires have moved rapidly to the fore as an exposure for insurers to understand and manage in states at high risk for this peril.
Despite mitigation measures, natural hazards may still cause damage, and insurers need actionable data to guide underwriting and pricing.
Here's one way to stay ahead of the competition.
Severe thunderstorms are a common natural phenomenon in the US, causing more than half of annual reported insured losses since 1985.
Your top concern? PFAS “forever chemicals.”
When it comes to pricing for personal auto, there are a lot of things insurers can choose to assess. Here's how to decide what to focus on.
The 2023 Emerging Issues Bracket Challenge is our opportunity to see which issues have your attention this year.
Verisk’s Climate Change Projections help organizations investigate how loss metrics such as average annual losses (AALs) and return period may change in the future.
Taking into consideration the nuances of the property you’re insuring can help you take charge of multifaceted risk factors.
With the wine industry estimating over $3 billion in losses due to these fire events, the spotlight on wildfire risk in Northern California remains as acute as ever.
Verisk works with fire protection, scientific, and insurance community to provide technology to manage and mitigate wildfire risk.