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A growing number of insurers have already announced plans to reduce their own company's carbon footprint. (Shutterstock) A growing number of insurers have already announced plans to reduce their own company’s carbon footprint. (Shutterstock)

Insurers are no strangers to climate risk, given the billions of dollars carriers lay out annually to clean up property damage and prevent future losses from windstorms, flooding and wildfires. Yet as global temperatures continue to rise and weather patterns keep shifting, societal expectations about the role of insurance in controlling environmental exposures is rapidly evolving as well, putting the industry squarely on the hot seat.

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