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It's not just climate change driving natural disaster losses

A view of shipping containers, which were washed away after heavy rains caused flooding, in Durban, South Africa, on April 12, 2022. Climate change is likely to cause more flooding as the century progresses. Image: REUTERS

Roger Grenier

Senior Vice President, Global Resilience Practice, Verisk

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Expected changes in weak‐to‐moderate events and strong‐to‐extreme events by the end of this century, with the length of the bar indicating the degree of uncertainty.
Expected changes in weak‐to‐moderate events and strong‐to‐extreme events by the end of this century, with the length of the bar indicating the degree of uncertainty. Image: Verisk

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