In preparation for this presentation we did ask for the PowerPoint that they provided us with, but unfortunately I wasn't able to get it in time. I hesitate to go to an area that I don't have a lot of depth in, other than being a premium holder. I do know that the increase in premiums particularly around flooding is perhaps more location based. Depending on where you're located, and certainly if you're located on a flood plain, then you might want to consider that as a factor.
I can't say much about language. I hope our perspective isn't influenced by the support we receive. It was my impression that the insurance industry is genuinely concerned about the vulnerability of our cities and our infrastructure to flooding, and what it means to them in terms of payouts and hence increased premiums. When they are funding work around stormwater or rain gardens or living shorelines they're doing it because they see these as potential models to reduce our vulnerability.