Blog: The government must work with our industry to tackle climate change

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Hannah Gurga, director general at the Association of British Insurers, explains why the government and insurance sector need to work together to help the industry maximise its contribution towards tackling climate change before it is too late, and why ABI has five requests from government to action its plans.

Today (8 June), the insurance and long-term savings sector is coming together for the Association of British Insurers’ annual Climate Change Summit. It is currently the greatest challenge facing our

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