March 2022

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Environment and Safety: Building resilience: Why now is the time to invest in natural hazard risk management

With extreme weather events growing in frequency worldwide, organizations can do many things to protect their assets and mitigate some of the risks posed by natural hazards.

Leboeuf, C., ABS Group

With extreme weather events growing in frequency worldwide, organizations can do many things to protect their assets and mitigate some of the risks posed by natural hazards. From raging wildfires in Australia at the beginning of 2020 to the catastrophic flash flooding across much of Europe in July 2021, various natural hazard events in recent years have destroyed property and infrastructure, devastating businesses and taking lives. In the U.S., Hurricane Ida brought back painful memories to the people of New Orleans, Louisiana. The city is still rebuilding after Hurricane Katrina caused 1,800 deaths and $125 B of damage in 2005. Unfortunately, natural disasters like hurricanes, cyclones, sto

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