Global economic losses from weather catastrophes by region 2015

This statistic displays the economic losses caused by global weather catastrophes based on region. La Nina events caused over 32 billion U.S. dollars in economic loss in the United States over the last 21 years. The global average economic losses for all natural disasters between 2000 and 2015 was about 175 billion U.S. dollars.

Weather catastrophe economic losses globally as of 2015, by region

La Nina (21 years)Neutral (23 years)El Nino (22 years)
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Source

Release date

January 2017

Region

Worldwide

Survey time period

2015

Supplementary notes

EMEA: Europe, Middle East, and Africa
APAC: Asia and Oceania

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