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Australia at Significant Economic Risk from Natural Disaster

Outcry over lack of cash for flood defences as storm hits south UK

Australia at Significant Economic Risk from Natural Disaster

Australia at Significant Economic Risk from Natural Disaster

The government has been accused of being “all talk and no action” on flood defences, as the first named storm of the season brought flooding and power cuts to the south of England.  Storm Angus saw gusts of up to 106mph recorded 23 miles off the coast of Margate, while gusts of 80mph hit Langdon Bay, also in Kent.  While Met Office weather warnings connected with Storm Angus expired at 1pm on Sunday as the storm moved out to the North Sea, a new series of warnings were issued for Monday and Tuesday…

 

Australia at Significant Economic Risk from Natural Disaster

In its latest report prepared in conjunction with SGS Planning & Economics, Insurance Australia Group (IAG) has mapped each of the regions throughout Australia and each of their economic exposure to various types of natural disaster…

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