A Look at Extreme Climate Research with The New York Times

Perhaps there is a match to Mother Nature's fury. And it's in the backwoods of Rhode Island (USA).

FM Global's Research Campus in West Glocester, R.I. (USA), provides research that can't be replicated anywhere else. Scientists simulate hazards such as five-alarm fires and Category 5 hurricanes under its roof to understand how property can best withstand nature's real-world wrath.

New York Times reporter, Hiroko Tabuchi, visited Lou Gritzo, FM Global's research manager, at the Research Campus to see this work in action. Read about her experience in To Test for Climate Disasters: Break, Burn and Throw Stuff" and find out why staying ahead of extreme climate is vital to business resilience.

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