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Report: Most insurers not prepared for climate change

 Friday, March 8, 2013

 USA Today

Most insurance companies do not have comprehensive strategies to cope with climate change despite mounting weather-related claims, says a report to be released Thursday. Of 184 companies surveyed, only 23 had such strategies, and 13 of those that did were foreign-owned, according to report by Ceres, a Boston-based non-profit that promotes eco-minded business practices. The report says the most prepared tend to be the largest companies with scientists on staff and those that insure property rather than life or health.

Climate change growing risk for insurers -industry

 Wednesday, January 19, 2011


Weakened Earl Mostly Spares East Coast, Insurers

 Tuesday, September 7, 2010

 The Wall Street Journal