World’s biggest insurance market to end new investments in coal, oil sands and Arctic energy by 2022
The NYC-based life insurance giant is joining a global movement of insurers shifting capital out of coal and tar sands.
Legal and financial snarls for three major pipelines are signs of a shifting landscape for fossil fuel infrastructure.
The insurance industry continues to cover new oil pipelines amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Activists are fighting back.
Suncorp’s decision to pull out of industry by 2025 puts it at odds with government push for gas-led recovery
Swiss Re and Zurich Insurance both have performed well in surveys on how companies are treating the issue of investments in coal and related environmental questions. A recent report however ...
“Chubb recognizes the reality of climate change and the substantial impact of human activity on our planet,” Evan G. Greenberg, the company’s chair and CEO, said in a statement.
Chubb becomes first major U.S. insurance company to restrict coverage for coal, citing the threat of climate change.
Barclays must put a stop to the 17 billion dollars a year it sends to finance fossil fuel companies and stop funding coal mines and controversial tar sands exploration, a group of ...
What if the banking, asset-management, and insurance industries decided to move away from fossil fuels?
Not a single tar sands project is likely to pay back investors under a 2°C global warming scenario, Carbon Tracker found.
A group of about 60 American businesses on Thursday urged their insurers to stop providing coverage to and investing in fossil fuel producers.
While California burns U.S. insurance companies continue to finance coal & climate destruction. #InsureOurFuture ...