We’ve run out of time

We only have 10 years to transition off fossil fuels if we’re going to avoid the most devastating impacts of climate change.

That means we need to stop digging and burning new coal, oil, and gas. And insurance companies can play a huge role in helping solve this crisis.

Liberty's Climate Problem

Liberty provides the insurance for fossil fuels that destroy our climate and violate human rights, and executives are refusing to meet with Indigenous and frontline communities impacted by these projects.

Top insurer of tar sands pipelines

From Keystone XL to Trans Mountain, Liberty is insuring destructive tar sands pipelines that trample Indigenous rights.

Expanding coal infrastructure globally

Despite a policy, Liberty continues to insure coal buildout. It's even plowing ahead with plans to build Baralaba South, a new coal mine in Australia.

Deep ties to oil and gas companies

Some of Liberty’s most prominent Board members also sit on the boards of Koch Industries, Exxon Mobil, and fracking companies.

Making climate chaos worse

Insurance companies like Liberty Mutual are supposed to protect us from risks.

Instead, Liberty Mutual is contributing to an uninsurable world by supporting fossil fuel projects that drive climate change and fuel more frequent and devastating wildfires, hurricanes, floods, and heatwaves.

There is a better way

Liberty Mutual can become a leader in the fight for a safe and stable future. It needs to:

Stop insuring new fossil fuel projects, now.

Phase out all fossil fuel business in line with 1.5ºC.

Respect human rights, including the rights of Indigenous Peoples.

Liberty Mutual can choose: Insure our future, or more climate chaos. Join the campaign to force them to change.

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News & Updates

60+ Orgs Demand Liberty Meet with Indigenous Leaders

The open letter was sent in solidarity of the Great Plains Tribal Chairmen’s Association, who has been demanding that Liberty Mutual cut ties with the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline.

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Community Votes Against Liberty’s Proposed Coal Mine

A town in the heart of Australia’s coal country is overwhelmingly opposed to a coal mine that Liberty Mutual is trying to build without proper consultation and environmental review.

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First Nation Calls on Liberty to Drop Trans Mountain Pipeline

Charlene Aleck of the Tsleil-Waututh Nation calls on Liberty Mutual to choose Indigenous rights, the environment and our global climate over corporate greed in truthout.

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