State Regulators Expand Disclosure Push For Insurers’ Climate Risks

May 24, 2022
Some state regulators are expanding their oversight of climate-related risks for insurance companies, which are also facing similar pressure from shareholders and federal officials, even as public interest groups are pressing for greater disclosure of insurers’ contribution to climate-warming emissions. “Insurers are major enablers of the climate crisis, and they are extremely exposed to its effects,” says Yevgeny Shrago, policy director of Public Citizen’s climate program, in an interview with Inside EPA’s Climate Extra . He adds: “There’s really limited...

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