We’re running out of time

We have less than 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 making that happen.

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

Liberty is insuring destructive tar sands pipelines that trample Indigenous rights like Trans Mountain.

Expanding coal infrastructure globally

Despite a policy, Liberty continues to insure coal buildout and invest in new coal mines and power plants around the world.

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

Liberty Mutual’s Annual Meeting is Fossil Fuel Business as Usual

This April, Sweeney had the opportunity to chart a new direction for Liberty Mutual. But instead, Liberty doubled down on business as usual.

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New Liberty Mutual CEO Faces Pressure to Act on Climate

Activists gathered outside the insurer’s Boston headquarters this week to ask Sweeney if he will step up as a climate leader and stop insuring fossil fuel expansion projects.

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New Year, New CEO, New Opportunity for Climate Action

Tim Sweeney is now critical decision-maker when it comes to the fate of the fossil fuel industry’s global expansion plans.

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