Boiling Point

Kellner, Tomas
January 2006
Forbes Asia;1/9/2006, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p33
The article focuses on the association of global warming with hurricanes. Risk Management Solutions is convinced that warming of the Earth will increase the number and intensity of hurricanes over the next five years, starting 2006. The firm says that expected annual insurance losses in the U.S. from Atlantic hurricanes should now be adjusted upward to $10 billion.


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