Climate change to drive 22% rise in property insurance premiums
Global property insurance premiums are set to rise by 22% over the next two decades as weather-related catastrophes become both more intense and frequent.That is according to a new report from Swiss Re, which estimates that the increase in new premiums could be worth up to $183bn (£132bn). The reinsurance giant said that climate change poses “the bigge
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