At Liberty Mutual, we believe the insurance industry has a unique, front-row seat to understanding the impacts of climate change experienced by our policyholders and the communities we serve. To mitigate these impacts, our efforts need to both reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to minimize future climate change risk and build resilient communities that can withstand the increased climate risks already affecting our planet.
Helping our Customers Prepare for Tomorrow
As a leading global property & casualty (P&C) insurer, we are proactive about helping our customers mitigate risk before a disaster strikes. We are committed to innovating and developing products and services that help our customers address a range of existing and emerging risks.
“Our role as an insurer is to mitigate risk and help our customers through uncertain times. From climate change to pandemic recovery to geopolitical crises and personal tragedies, our products and services help people be more resilient.” – Jim MacPhee, President, Global Retail Markets (GRM)
Webinar Replay: Building Today for a Resilient Tomorrow
Liberty Mutual, in partnership with Reuters, explore how federal, state and local elected officials can prepare their communities for the impacts of climate change through investing in and prioritizing resilient infrastructure.
To ensure resilience for our customers and communities, we recognize that we cannot act alone. Liberty Mutual is collaborating with public and private partners to collectively focus on building a more resilient future together.
Partners for Progress: Researching Climate Resiliency
Partners for Progress video featuring ERM and our partner IBHS discussing the importance of residential resiliency.
Event Spotlight: 2021 Climate & Resilience Risk Workshop
NOAA and Liberty Mutual partnered to host the virtual Climate and Resilience Risk Workshop this October that brought together key stakeholders from the government, climate, insurance and financial sectors to discuss the policy landscape and explore the challenges with respect to climate data and community impacts of climate change.