Insurance industry backs government’s flood investment plans in fight against climate change

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The insurance industry has commended the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affair’s (DEFRA) record investment £5.2bn as it sets out long-term plans to mitigate flood risks against the backdrop of climate change. Many agree that a common goal must be established to reduce the damage caused by flooding.

The industry has backed the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affair’s (DEFRA) record investment £5.2bn for flood risks prevention against the backdrop of climate change, some have proposed changes and put forward whitepapers to navigate the issue of flooding. 

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