Property and Casualty Insurers Zero in on Green Issues

April 2008
njbiz;4/28/2008, Vol. 21 Issue 18, p25
The article reports that property and casualty underwriters in New Jersey are taking action on climate change and environmental issues because global warming becomes a growing threat in the state. It states that environment-friendly products are being offered by these companies. According to a survey released in April 2008 which was conducted by Accenture, a consulting firm in New York, 89% of property and casualty analysts considered environmental issues as one of the top challenges in their industry.


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