A Conversation With Kent David and Tom Larsen Since the beginning of the year, California has been drenched by atmospheric rivers. The flooding in California has transformed the perception of sunny beaches and eternal summer into images of submerged streets and mudslides. However, in such a large...
CoreLogic's Climate Risk Analytics provides a comprehensive solution for understanding and mitigating the risks associated with climate change under various IPCC scenarios.
Curious about what Season 3 of Core Conversations has in store for listeners? Host Maiclaire Bolton Smith has a few fun ideas for next year.
Host Maiclaire Bolton Smith hosts a round table with Tom Larsen, Scott Giberson, Garret Gray and Selma Hepp to wrap up the 2022 season and give their outlook for the year ahead.
In this study, we analyzed the impact of flood risk on property values beyond the traditional in/out of flood zones by using a more granular flood risk score developed by CoreLogic.
Host Maiclaire Bolton Smith sits down with CoreLogic’s Public Policy and Industry Relations Executive Pete Carroll to discuss how climate-related financial risk influences government policy with a focus on President Biden’s Executive Order 14030.
A new study also suggested that climate change will increase the risk of flooding by more than 26% by 2050. But what effect does flood risk have on real estate?
Host Maiclaire Bolton Smith sits down with CoreLogic Sr. Catastrophe Response Manager Jon Schneyer to talk about how the insurance industry in Florida is facing significant ramification from Hurricane Ian.
With 31 million homes at risk of wind damage and 7.5 million facing surge damage — which are the two main causes of loss from these storms according to CoreLogic data— it is important to understand overall property risk to minimize damage and accelerate recovery.
Fire on the Horizon: How Climate Change is Changing Wildfire Risk
One of the most profound areas a changing climate can impact is our homes. In this episode, Dr. Howard Botts discusses how we will grapple with the cost, both human and financial, of major disasters to come.