Insurers are well placed to measure the cost of natural hazards and anticipate their evolution, especially as a result of climate change.
According to a recent report by France Assureurs (formerly the French Insurance Federation), compensation for four hazards (drought, storms, floods and floods) should exceed € 75.4 billion over the period 1989-2019 to 143.9 billion between 2020 and 2050. This is almost a doubling (+ 90%) and this represents an annual average increase of 2.4 to 4.6 billion. These figures, which concern France, do not include personal injury or effects on crops …
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