Three States to Require Insurers to Disclose Climate-Change Response Plans

“If insurers have shown anything over the course of the centuries in which they have oared it is that they are capable of managing changes in the weather on both the micro and the macro scale.”

The New York Times reports:

Insurance commissioners in California, New York and Washington State will require that companies disclose how they intend to respond to the risks their businesses and customers face from increasingly severe storms and wildfires, rising sea levels and other consequences of climate change, California’s commissioner said Wednesday…

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4 thoughts on “Three States to Require Insurers to Disclose Climate-Change Response Plans”

  1. Building codes protect against many vulnerabilites: bolt the roof to the house and it wont be as liekly to blow away.
    Zoning restrictions protect against other vulnerabilities: don’t build in the river.
    Other ‘threats’ are exaggerated: rising sea levels have destroyed far fewer buildings than animal rights activists.

  2. Another thing they need to explain, equally as valid as responding to “climate change”, is how do they respond to marauding herds of unicorns? Once the unicorn population reaches a “tipping point”, there will be unicorns trampling and impaling housewives and children all along the Left Coast. However will those insurance companies respond? Why look, out my window. There goes one now…..

  3. WHO ARE THESE NUM SCULLS, IDIOTS, A____HOLES THAT ARE DEMANDING THIS KIND OF RULES.

    THE SUN IS IN CONTROL AND IT WILL BE UNTIL GOD DECIDEDS TO SHUT IT OFF

    OF COURSE CALIFORNIA IS ALREADY THERE, I LIVE HERE AND SHIT NOMORE PLASTIC BAGS WOW
    THIS IS REALLY GOING TO CHANGE THE TEMPERATURE AND THE 1500 VOLCANOES CAUSING ALL
    THIS CO2 WHICH WE NEED TO SURVIVE.. go figure
    PS our governor has no juevos and is has dumb has the rest…

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