As an effective tool for climate risk mitigation and adaptation, insurers ought to fend for their own resilience as well. Blind spots in the form of existential chinks keep growing. Here are a handful of threats that get driven directly or indirectly - thanks to our penchant for fossil fuel resulting into anthropocentric behaviour. How do we anticipate and measure the fury of nature unleashed in response to our collective lifestyles? Do we provide and price them adequately? Are we even mindful of the extent and the central role nature and biodiversity play in our scheme of things? How do we deliver climate justice to ensure a just and equitable order? Many of the signals coincided with the COP27. Just one of them that I pick here - whether insurers, particularly in the Global North realise or not - almost drew them in.