'Urgent responsibility': Insurers urged to stop 'fuelling' nature and climate crises

Cecilia Keating
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Wildfires have prompted insurers to increase premiums | Credit: iStock
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Wildfires have prompted insurers to increase premiums | Credit: iStock

Insurers can be 'catalysts' in tackling climate and nature crises, report argues

Insurance companies could play a major role in addressing the climate and nature crises, but they are currently failing to ensure the billions of dollars of premiums they underwrite each year better protect...

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