Insurers are already well-aware of the effect climate change is having on their business.  Weather-related risks are in constant flux, and markets for new specialty products are clearly emerging.

But insurers may be missing out on an opportunity to play a leading role in the national debate on climate change—and to even perhaps help shape the way the country responds to the reality of more extreme weather.

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