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The runaway insurance effect

An ABC team comprising Inga Ting, Ri Liu, Nathanael Scott and Alex Palmer have prepared an article indicating Climate Data Reveals Australia's Worst Affected Regions "Roughly 850,000 homes — nearly one in 10 — could be “uninsurable” within a few generations unless there are fundamental changes to where and how properties are built, a leading climate analyst says. The warning comes as separate data, published by the Actuaries Institute, reveals the frequency of extreme weather in the country’s worst-affected regions has doubled compared to the long-term average." the article says. Read on ..... HERE


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