Climate change could radically reshape US insurance losses

Published in: Risk, Cat risk, Environment, US - Canada - Bermuda, Climate change and sustainability, USA focus

Companies: AIR Worldwide

Re/insurers in the US could face a 20% increase in hurricane-related property losses because of climate change. But that's just the average. In certain regions, the losses might be several times higher by 2050, as AIR Worldwide's Peter Sousounis explains to Christopher Cundy

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