What the Net-Zero Insurance Alliance’s demise means for the industry

Carbon emissions

Edmund Tirbutt examines what the future holds for the Net-Zero Insurance Alliance (NZIA), a UN-convened body set up two years ago for insurers wanting to cut their carbon footprint and reduce climate change risk.

At launch in July 2021 the Net-Zero Insurance Allianz (NZIA) certainly seemed to radiate longevity.

Eight of the world’s leading insurers and reinsurers were committing to achieving net-zero

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MoJ told to fix whiplash before introducing more reform

Panellists speaking at an Association of British Insurers event about civil justice urged the Ministry of Justice to fix the whiplash reforms before bringing about any new further changes that affect the motor insurance sector.

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