Briefing Note 395 [June 2019]
The need for transparency in climate services
Briefing Note 394 [April 2019]
Australia’s largest hailstorm disaster
Briefing Note 393 [April 2019]
APRA’s increased pressure on major financial institutions to manage the financial risks of climate change
Briefing Note 392 [March 2019]
Why are we not taking climate change more seriously?
Briefing Note 391 [March 2019]
‘Change now or pay later’: RBA’s stark warning on climate change
Briefing Note 390 [March 2019]
Cyber Attack on the Australian Parliament and the Lessons Learned
Briefing Note 389 [February 2019]
Townsville 2019 flood – insights from the field
Briefing Note 388 [February 2019]
To build or not build: that is the Townsville question
Briefing Note 387 [February 2019]
Global Tropical Cyclone Landfalls, 1970 to 2018
Briefing Note 386 [January 2019]
Disclosure of climate-related financial risk
Briefing Note 385 [January 2019]
CPS 234: Will you comply? Information Security standard for APRA regulated organisations
Briefing Note 384 [January 2019]
Extreme weather tops global risks
Briefing Note 383 [January 2019]
Analysis of fatalities attributed to Hurricane Florence in the US.
Briefing Note 382 [December 2018]
Queensland bushfires 2018
Briefing Note 381 [November 2018]
Sydney Harbour beach erosion – actions of the sea or stormwater runoff?
Briefing Note 380 [November 2018]
Key Conclusions of the U.S. National Climate Assessment 2018
Briefing Note 379 [November 2018]
The 2018 Lake Muir Earthquakes
Briefing Note 378 [November 2018]
Mystery of the cargo ships that sink when their cargo suddenly liquefies
Briefing Note 377 [October 2018]
The IPCC Special Report on Global Warming: The Great Divider
Briefing Note 376 [October 2018]
The 28 September Mw 7.5 Sulawesi Earthquake
Briefing Note 375 [September 2018]
Parameters of the Carr Fire Tornado, California, 26 July 2018
Briefing Note 374 [August 2018]
Abrupt climate change in the Anthropocene
Briefing Note 373 [July 2018]
Risk Frontiers’ new earthquake model shows reduced losses for Australia
Briefing Note 372 [July 2018]
Fight over PG&E’s liability in Wine Country fires is just beginning
Briefing 371 [July 2018]
Why isn’t the bond market more worried about climate change?
Briefing Note 370 [July 2018]
A global slowdown of tropical-cyclone translation speed and implications for flooding
Briefing Note 369 [June 2018]
Cyclopters: Drones of the future
Briefing Note 368 [June 2018]
Climate change may lead to bigger atmospheric rivers
Briefing Note 367 [May 2018]
Thwaites and Pine Island Glaciers of Antartica and the Prospect of Rapid Sea Rise
Briefing Note 366 [March 2018]
FS-ISAC 2018 Cybersecurity Trends
Briefing Note 365 [February 2018]
Why is Roman concrete more durable than modern concrete?
Briefing Note 364 [February 2018]
Updated GNS Central New Zealand Earthquake Forecast
Briefing Note 363 [January 2018]
Flood Deaths in the Northern Territory
Briefing Note 362 [January 2018]
Hawaii False Alarm Hints at Thin Line Between Mishap and Nuclear War
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Newsletter Volume18 Issue2
- Sydney Hailstorm: December 20, 2018
- Disclosure of climate-related financial risk
Newsletter Volume18 Issue1
- Climate science, economics and politics
- Responses to the Lombok Earthquake, 2018 – Rapid Assessment Study
Newsletter Volume17 Issue4
- Is the forward motion of tropical cyclones in the Australian region slowing due to anthropogenic climate change?
- Risk Frontiers’ seminar series 2018
- QuakeAUS 6.0
Newsletter Volume17 Issue3
- The new QuakeAUS: impact of revised GA earthquake magnitudes on hazards and losses
- Tathra 2018 Bushfires
Newsletter Volume 17 Issue2
- Weather-related natural disasters 2017: was this a reversion to the mean?
- The Hawaii nuclear alert: how did people respond?
- Risk Frontiers’ Multi-Peril Workbench 2.4 has now been released
Newsletter Volume 17 Issue1
- A Natural Hazard Building Loss Profile for Australia: 1900-2015
- Risk Frontiers’ Annual Seminar: A Provisional Programme
- Weather-related Natural Disasters: Should we be concerned about a reversion to the mean?