The Insurance Council of Australia (ICA) has welcomed the Senate’s decision to increase mitigation spending by $50 million a year – a move which it said is “a leap in the right direction” toward helping prevent or reduce the impact of extreme weather to vulnerable communities.
ICA CEO Rob Whelan said investments in permanent mitigation was a “much more sensible use of taxpayer funds,” rather than handing out money after natural disasters.
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