Terrorism Risk Insurance: Comparison of Selected Programs in the United States and Foreign Countries
When it comes to terrorism risk insurance, United States insurers could pay more than the coverage offered by Australia, Austria, India, Spain, and the United Kingdom combined. That is just one of the findings of this U.S. Government Accountability Office report, which looks at the structures of 16 terrorism insurance programs and the loss-sharing agreements between government and the private sector. The report was created as part of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Program Reauthorization Act and offers no recommendations.

Community-Based Water Resiliency Tool
What would your community do if it had to go without water for a day…or longer. Download this electronic assessment tool from the Environmental Protection Agency and find out. The tool will help communities gauge their ability to handle emergencies that affect water availability, suggest resources for increasing resilience, and create an action plan to keep the water flowing during disaster.

The C³ Voluntary Program
The C³, or C Cubed, voluntary program was created to help organizations increase cybersecurity by connecting them to existing Department of Homeland Security cyber risk management programs and introducing them to the Homeland Security-developed Framework. A project of the U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team, this program is especially focused toward increasing critical infrastructure security and resiliency.

Climate Information and Early Warning Systems Communications Toolkit
This toolkit provides resources and templates that will help multiple audiences design and implement a complete communications strategy that supports sustainable investments in climate information and services. While applied to the specific needs and political contexts of sub-Saharan Africa, the toolkit can also be easily adapted for other developing nations.

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