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Sally Fisk during a session on environmental and energy law at the New York State Bar Association annual meeting held Friday. (Photo: Courtesy of the NYSBA)

From catastrophe modeling to weather risk assessment, climate change has long impacted how the insurance industry operates. And in recent months, several U.S. and global insurers have made climate change a more significant part of their business strategy by eliminating coverage lines that contribute to the climate crisis, such as oil. Other industries also are considering climate change now more than ever when evaluating business models.

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