Light Hurricane Season Doesn't Mitigate Risks to Hawaii
Hawaii faces elevated risk for hurricane damage even when forecasters predict a calm year for the Central Pacific as they are in 2010.
Natural Disasters, Lack of Preparation Bankrupting U.S.
A lack of community preparation and a rising number of natural disasters over the past 20 years has strained federal emergency response and relief funds to the point of bankruptcy.
Obama Points to Early Health Care Changes in Radio Address
Small businesses are already benefiting from tax breaks and insurers are being held to better business practices less than two months after the passage of the federal health care reform bill.
Storm Surge Data Improves Risk Profiles in Flood Areas
The potential destructive capacity of hurricane storm surge, the subject of a study by First American Spatial Solutions, should lead to better risk profiles in flood prone areas.
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