The societal need to build resilience to natural disasters is the theme of the just-released Covered: The Story of a
Created as a companion piece to A
"The risks we all face--whether natural or man-made--are top of mind for younger generations," said
Covered: The Story of a
"Flooding is the most common and costly natural disaster in
Natural catastrophe-caused fatalities and property damage are among the biggest risks a society faces. Windstorms, floods and wildfires are going to happen. By building a culture of resilience, communities can reduce the likelihood of fatalities and rebuild quickly by proactively protecting their properties while also having in place the right types, and amounts, of insurance coverage, the Triple-I's video notes.
"The insurance industry is attracting the most talented and creative people who are bringing with them new technologies, perspectives and energy to improve the tools insurers use. These breakthroughs are helping those affected by a loss while significantly improving the day-to-day customer experience," the Triple-I's video states, reiterating themes the organization explored in a 2016 video on insurance career opportunities.