Brokers adopt climate change initiatives

Businessman with globe for head standing in a desert

A number of insurance companies have recently taken the plunge and committed to more environmentally friendly approaches as businesses around the world scramble to adapt their strategies and tackle the imminent climate emergency. 

In March 2021, Aviva announced its plan to become a net zero carbon emission company by 2040. This target is said to be the most demanding of any major insurance company in the world.

The announcement followed the Financial Conduct Authority’s development of climate

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