Understanding flood resilience – one garden and brick at a time

Flood Re Garden

Editor’s View: Emma Ann Hughes considers ways the insurance industry can help make the world more resilient to climate change by being more innovative in how it inspires adapting homes and gardens.

I had the pleasure of going to the Chelsea Flower Show last week to see Flood Re’s Resilient Garden, which highlighted the role of outdoor space as the first line of defence from rising waters.

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