Flooding from Typhoon Hagibis in 2019 destroyed a third of East Japan Railway Company’s fleet of bullet trains resulting in a loss of approximately $300 million. In our latest blog we explore how to assess asset vulnerability using Weather Source data:
8,000 still living as evacuees on anniversary of Typhoon Hagibis
8,000 still caught up in evacuee life on first anniversary of deadly Typhoon Hagibis
Typhoon Hagibis pushed Japan's 2019 flood bill to record ¥2.15 trillion
"Today we have taken the very difficult decision to cancel two Rugby World Cup pool matches" World Rugby COO and #RWC2019 Tournament Director Alan Gilpin gives an update regarding the predicted impact of Typhoon Hagibis on this weekend’s pool matches at Rugby World Cup 2019.
"Amazing scenes": Canadian rugby players helped clean up damage caused by Typhoon Hagibis in Japan after their final World Cup match was canceled due to the deadly storm. "More than a game, it’s the values behind it," Rugby Canada wrote.
Here are scenes of the destruction as Typhoon Hagibis makes landfall in Japan. Read more here:
Japan has deployed tens of thousands of troops and rescue workers to help following Typhoon Hagibis, one of the strongest storms to hit the country in years [tap to expand]
We would like to thank everyone involved in getting the stadium ready for today’s match and pass on our best wishes to everyone in Japan who has been affected by Typhoon Hagibis#AsOne