Lloyd’s of London insurance syndicate Tokio Marine Kiln (TMK) has publicly committed to not participate in ‘any future underwriting’ of Adani.
The Insure our Future network launches website calling on Lloyd's of London to immediately stop insuring coal and new oil and gas projects.
Over 30 climate campaigners wrote to Lloyd’s demanding that it end support for the Bahamas Petroleum Company to conduct an offshore oil drilling scheme in the Bahamas.
Urgewald released a report highlighting the European insurance industry’s role in supporting gas infrastructure.
Lloyd’s syndicate Brit committed to never directly insure the Carmichael Coal Project and to not renew insurance.
Lloyd's ESG policy is a small step in the right direction, but highlights that more ambitious and urgent action is needed.
Major companies in the U.S., the Lloyd’s market and East Asia are still insuring coal, and the industry has failed to exit oil and gas.
Lloyd’s Apollo has dropped Adani’s Carmichael coal project following pressure from the climate campaigners and the #StopAdani movement.
Climate campaigners call on Lloyd’s of London and its members to follow the lead of 23 major insurance companies and drop Adani.
Insure Our Future took global climate concerns to Lloyd’s front door when it reopened its underwriting hall.