It's time for the insurance industry to lead on climate action
As the Geneva Association celebrates its 50th anniversary, the world's insurance companies must heed their own warnings and move into the vanguard of corporate climate action, writes Peter Bosshard
NZIA ditches all emissions targets for insurers
The Net-Zero Insurance Alliance (NZIA) has scrapped all requirements for member firms to set and publish emissions reduction targets following a mass exodus of members in recent months.
Assessing the departures from the Net Zero Insurance Alliance
Antitrust concerns are being used as a political cudgel by the fossil fuel industry and its political servants in the US, writes Peter Bosshard
Zurich follows Munich Re in withdrawing from the NZIA
Zurich has become the second founding member to withdraw from the Net-Zero Insurance Alliance (NZIA) only days after Munich Re's departure from the alliance.
Insurers' 'failed' climate engagement strategy draws new demands from campaigners
Insurers' climate engagement strategies are failing as major oil and gas producers show no sign of adopting credible net-zero pathways, according to climate campaigners.
Coal business resorts to "haphazard coalition" of insurers as giants retract
Financiers and governments at risk if they accept inexperienced underwriters, says Insure Our Future
Climate coalition calls on insurers to sever ties with Russian fossil fuels
Higher energy costs "are the price we pay" for dependence on fossil fuel imports
Engagement should not be an excuse for inaction on climate change
Insurance companies need to show progress in their climate dialogue or stop underwriting oil and gas production, writes Peter Bosshard
Axa's oil & gas policy 'important first step' for insurance industry
Insurance giant Axa's publication of an updated oil & gas exclusions policy is "an important first" for the industry...
BHP criticised as confirms oil and gas exit with Woodside deal
Pressure has been building on BHP to exit its fossil fuel assets, but its proposed deal to shift its oil and gas assets to Woodside has been criticised - and considered 'disastrous' for Woodside shareholders and the environment. Ahren Lester reports