(Reuters) - Reinsurers should take into account the fact that climate change has boosted natural catastrophes when they price weather disaster insurance, insurer Munich Re said.
Climate-driven disasters accounted for $510 billion of insured losses in North America between 1980 and 2011, the highest amount anywhere for claims against natural catastrophes, the world's biggest reinsurer said in a study on Wednesday.
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