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How climate change is causing an insurance crisis in Australia

Worsening extreme weather will cause an insurance crisis in Australia, making insurance increasingly unaffordable. Image: Unsplash/Vlad Deep

Stefan Ellerbeck

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The state of Queensland is deemed most at risk of imminent insurance crisis in Australia.
The state of Queensland is deemed most at risk of imminent insurance crisis in Australia. Image: Climate Council Australia
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Insurers paid out $3.89 billion from over 300,000 claims in the summer of 2019-20. Image: Unsplash/Matt Palmer

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