Chief Sustainability Officer Francis Hyatt talked to GreenBiz Co-Founder Pete May during VERGE 21 about the importance of investing in resiliency to help protect our communities against the impacts of climate change.
In this Roll Call article, Liberty recommended that FIO consider transparent climate disclosures based on guidelines from the Taskforce on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures.
At GreenBiz’s annual climate tech conference in early November, VERGE 21, executives from companies across sectors discussed how they are looking for ways to not only predict these extreme events, but also to prepare for them.
ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE - The city’s office buildings are facing a new deadline to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions
The city’s office buildings are facing a new deadline to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions. To get there, they’re taking lessons learned during the Covid pandemic.
Global Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Officer Dawn Frazier-Bohnert was interviewed by The HR Digest about our DEI journey, current and future DEI initiatives and how the company has created a supportive work culture for employees.
Jim MacPhee, President of Global Retail Markets at Liberty Mutual Insurance explores the topic of climate resiliency
Liberty Mutual Insurance President Tim Sweeney Participates in 2021 United Nations World Investment Forum
Liberty Mutual Insurance President Tim Sweeney participated in this year’s World Investment Forum hosted by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development. Sweeney spoke with Force for Good Chairman Ketan Patel as part of the Forum where they discussed the challenges and opportunities facing society as the world moves toward the Sustainable Development Goals, and the role Liberty Mutual and the insurance industry is playing.
The insurance sector also plays an important societal role in addressing climate change through our risk management, underwriting, and investment practices. Kelly Hereid, Director of Catastrophe Research and Development at Liberty Mutual to discusses the role that the insurance industry plays in serving as climate translators using the latest science to make near- and long-term business decisions to protect our communities.
Global Property and Casualty Insurer Advances its Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Priorities with New Emissions Reduction Commitment and PCAF Membership
The insurance industry has a unique, front-row seat to the impacts of climate change, as these events increasingly affect policyholders. While we support our customers after a disaster strikes, we also maintain world-class capabilities to synthesize available climate data and make recommendations to reduce risk beforehand.