Insurance Industry Faces Climate Change Challenges

As the damage caused by natural disasters becomes more severe, insurers must learn how to handle the consequences of climate change.

Between wildfires, monsoons and hurricanes, 2017 was the costliest year on record for insurers of natural disasters. Due to rising global ocean temperatures and sea levels, future catastrophes are projected to cause even more severe damage. Explore this graphic and see how climate change already poses challenges for insurers to navigate.

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