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Kate Booth

Kate Booth, PhD, is a human geographer at the University of Tasmania. She is interested in the cultural and social geographies of insurance in a changing climate, and implications for equality, equity, and democracy.

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What Insurance Tells Us About Our (In)Capacity for Climate Resilience

In a western country, because of climate change impacts and escalating costs of living, property insurance has become unaffordable for most, or no longer available.

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