70 Organizations and Groups Renew Pressure on Insurers to Cut Ties with the Trans Mountain Pipeline

Today, 70 Indigenous rights, climate, environmental, consumer rights, and community organizations and groups sent a letter to 22 insurers that are at risk of insuring the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion Project and the existing Trans Mountain pipeline network.  Read the letter to Trans Mountain’s likely remaining insurers here. The recipients of the letter were: AIG, …

Open Letter Calls on Insurers to Cut Ties with Trans Mountain, As Key Pipeline Insurance Policy Expires

Indigenous, environmental, and climate groups sent an open letter to twenty insurance companies that have failed to rule out insuring the Trans Mountain pipeline network.

Religious Community Calls on Leading Faith Insurer GuideOne to End Fossil Fuel Coverage

Sixty-five faith leaders, religious organizations, and congregations issued a letter to GuideOne Insurance, a leading provider of insurance policies for faith communities, calling on the company to end its practice of underwriting fossil fuel companies, whose products are responsible for climate change.

70 Groups Call on Chubb CEO Evan Greenberg to Live Up to His Climate Rhetoric

For more information, contact: Jamie Kalliongis, (314) 651-7497, [email protected] Photos from Zurich are here Photos from New York are here  May 19, 2021 (New York, NY) — 70 groups delivered a letter today calling on Chubb CEO Evan Greenberg to strengthen Chubb’s weak coal policy and stop insuring new oil and gas. Citizen groups wearing …

Senators Whitehouse, Warren, Merkley, and Van Hollen call on U.S. Insurance Companies to Act on Climate Change

WASHINGTON (March 25, 2021)–A letter spearheaded by Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) asks AIG, Berkshire Hathaway, Chubb, Liberty Mutual, Travelers and other US insurers to explain how their fossil fuel underwriting and investment policies align with their sustainability commitments. The letter was also signed by Senators Jeff Merkley (D-OR), Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), and Chris Van Hollen …

30+ Groups Call on Tokio Marine to Drop Fossil Fuels

As the Olympics Torch Relay kicks off in Japan, actions  in Tokyo, Seoul, Delhi, Jakarta, New York, San Francisco, Sydney and Melbourne demand Tokio Marine take climate action Read the Investor Brief Starting March 25, actions around the world mark the global launch of a campaign calling on insurance giant Tokio Marine to stop underwriting and investing …

60 Health and Environmental Groups Call On Health Insurers to Divest Billions from Fossil Fuels

Analysis finds top health insurers hold US$24 billion in coal, oil, and gas  OAKLAND, CA (October 14, 2020)— In a letter sent today, a group of around 60 health and environmental groups called on the US health insurance industry to divest from fossil fuels.  The health impacts of fossil fuel pollution and climate change—which is …

Statement in Support of the US Insurance Industry Limiting Fossil Fuel Investments and Underwriting

As members of the business community, we the undersigned, are deeply concerned by the economic, social, and environmental impacts of climate change and we recognize the grave consequences of allowing a global temperature increase to surpass 1.5°C. This includes a projection by the US government that, unabated, global warming will shrink the US economy by …

140+ Groups Call on Trans Mountain’s Insurers to Drop the Pipeline

Today, 140 organizations representing 24 million people sent a letter to insurers of the Trans Mountain pipeline.

Insurers Must End Support for New Oil and Gas Projects to Meet Climate Targets

“Insurers have a responsibility to support international climate targets and align their businesses with the Paris Agreement,” said the letter, signed by 18 international NGOs including 350.org, Greenpeace, and Oil Change International. “As governments plan the recovery from the COVID-19 crisis insurers need to champion the transition to a sustainable, fair, and resilient future as underwriters, investors, and corporate citizens.”

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