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  • Meteorologist, Michael Page from NBC Boston visited our headquarters in the heart of Boston to learn about the dynamic science of catastrophe modeling and how our research and clients services teams evaluate impacts from recent U.S. hurricane events and potential future hurricanes. Check out the full broadcast:
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    New England Hurricane Could Cause $50 Billion in Damage

    November 30 marks the end of the Atlantic hurricane season. A season that in 2017 cost billions of dollars because of storms like Harvey, Irma, and Maria. Months after landfall, serious cleanup and recovery continues in places like Texas, Florida, and Puerto Rico. AIR Worldwide, a Boston-based company keeps track of it all.

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    Engineers Week '16: AIR at the Museum of Science

    In honor of National Engineers Week, the Museum of Science, Boston and AIR are collaborating with Boston Public Schools (BPS) to bring engineering to six elementary schools. A $15,000 grant from AIR will enable educators to introduce 300 students to Engineering is Elementary® (EiE®).

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    Our Story

    In 1987, we were three employees with one small office in Boston and a vision. Today, more than 400 organizations around the world rely on insights provided by AIR models, software, and services to manage their risk. We pioneered an industry.

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    AIR's Ming Lee Discusses GHI's Approach to Risk Mitigation in Developing Countries

    Historically, the (re)insurance industry has focused on the business of risk. More recently, there has been a focus on new ways for public and private sectors to collaborate on the humanity of risk.

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    Museum of Science and AIR Worldwide Bring Engineering to Boston Elementary Schools

    In honor of National Engineers Week (February 21-27), the Museum of Science, Boston and AIR Worldwide (AIR), a Boston-based risk-modeling firm, are collaborating with Boston Public Schools (BPS) to bring engineering to six elementary schools this spring.

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    Could Damage from the Chennai Floods Have Been Prevented?

    February 11, 2016 Following December's major flooding in the state of Tamil Nadu in southern India, we traveled from AIR's office in Hyderabad to survey damage in and around Chennai, Kanchipuram, and Thiruvallur.

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    Does Climate Change Matter to the Insurance Industry?

    "Men argue," wrote Voltaire, "nature acts." Today people are certainly arguing about the scope, impacts, causes, and even (albeit increasingly rarely) the very existence of climate change.

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    Icy Winters in Canada's Past and Future

    The risk of building, content, and time element losses from freezing rain is ever present, especially with increasing concentrations of property value in at-risk regions of southern Ontario, Quebec, and eastern Canada. In this article, we consider the potential for damage from freezing rain, or ice storms, with a look back at the Great North American Ice Storm of 1998.

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    Taming Wildfire Risk with Mitigation and Incentives

    In October, I attended the National Fire Protection Association's (NFPA) Backyards and Beyond Wildland Fire Conference in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

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    Hot Stuff! A Non-Modeled Risk-Lava Flows

    While visiting the Big Island of Hawaii this past September, I was fortunate enough to cross an item off the top of my bucket list; I poked actively flowing lava with a stick!

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