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How big is the earthquake protection gap in Switzerland?

The Swiss Seismological Service (SED) registered yesterday (Monday, 2017-03-06, 21:12 local time) an earthquake with magnitude M4.6. The ...

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Did you know that Switzerland is an earthquake country?

Switzerland is an earthquake country and most of its building stock has no or insufficient insurance cover against earthquake. The ...

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2001 Gujarat Earthquake – A Retrospective

Earthquakes do not kill people but buildings do. This is proven by the regions where construction practices are poor. One ...

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Remembering the 1985 Mexico City earthquake, planning ahead

September 19th, 1985, started like any other typical Thursday in Mexico City. People were rushing off to work and to ...

STORY URL: http://www.forbes.com.mx/lecciones-del-terremoto-de-1985-en-el-df-estas-preparado/
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To frack or not to frack

Swiss Re regularly updates its expert assessments of the shifting risk landscape through an array of publications aimed at its ...

STORY URL: http://media.swissre.com/documents/European_Legal_Developments_2011_2012.pdf

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Risk and international growth

At an event in London, Swiss Re chief economist, Kurt Karl, has predicted that in the year 2025 eight of ...

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Manage disaster risk

For years now, we've been seeing a dramatic rise in economic losses caused by natural catastrophes. Since 1980, the ...

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