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The relationship between climate change and insurance is obvious; the solutions for the industry are not. 

As more and more homeowners experience climate-related impacts to their homes, what, if anything, can the insurance industry do to rise to the occasion?

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What role can insurance play in cultivating climate resilience among homeowners?

As climate change quietly reshapes the housing market, becoming an undeniable fact of homeownership, our latest report explores what insurance can do now to help current and future policyholders mitigate climate risks, increase their confidence in insurance, and weather the future effects of climate change.



Insights from a qualitative research study with homeowners across the country

For this research, we spoke with individual homeowners of various ages across the country to better understand their experiences, how they perceive risks related to climate change, and what role they expect insurance to play in protecting them.


How homeowners are finding new footing on shifting ground

Every one of the homeowners we interviewed had been touched by climate change in some way. Our research revealed five ways that homeowners are responding to the impacts of climate change and finding new footing on shifting ground.



Opportunities for supporting homeowners through climate change

Five simple opportunities we uncovered through our interviews with homeowners for what the insurance industry can do now to help owners weather the impacts of climate change.


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