Washington, D.C. – From stepping up with renewable energy projects to incorporating futuristic underwriting models, the insurance industry must do more to address the growing impact of climate change-induced damages, according to a new report by World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and Munich-based global insurer Allianz Group.

The report, Climate Change and Insurance: An Agenda for Action in the United States, examines the latest scientific findings about climate change, including the impacts of forest fires, storms and floods, and the potential impact on the insurance industry and its customers.

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