H1 nat cat losses 22% higher than ten-year average as climate change drives extreme weather, says Swiss Re

Global insured nat cats losses of $35bn in the first half of 2022 are down on last year but 22% above the ten-year average, according to latest figures from Swiss Re, which warns the effects of climate change are increasingly evident with secondary perils causing mounting devastation in all parts of...


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