How climate change is contributing to soaring insurance costs

By Dr Karl Mallon
August 2 2020 - 11:00pm
Photo: Shutterstock

Many regional Australians are facing significant insurance delays for damage caused to properties during Black Summer's devastating bushfires. Others did not have insurance at all. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, some 1.8 million households hold no home insurance whatsoever. Sadly, our analysis of climate change strongly indicates this figure will rise.

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