Lloyd’s of London provides insurance for fossil fuel projects such as the Adani coal mine in Australia and Trans Mountain tar sands pipeline in Canada. Without insurance these hugely polluting projects could not go ahead.
Other insurance companies have stopped insuring coal, tar sands, and Arctic energy because of their climate impacts, but Lloyds won’t stop providing cover for fossil fuel projects until 2030.
Choose your card and whether you want to print and post or share virtually. Include a short message asking Carnegie-Brown to commit Lloyd’s to immediately stop providing insurance for all coal projects and quickly phase out support for oil and gas.
Bruce Carnegie-Brown, Chairman, Lloyds of London, 1 Lime Street, London EC3M 7H (don’t forget to include a stamp).
Make sure to use #InsureOurFuture and to tag Carnegie-Brown, Lloyd’s and us.
On Friday 18 June, just ahead of Father’s Day, we will deliver a giant oil drum vase of dead flowers and an oversized Father’s Day card to Bruce Carnegie-Brown at Lloyd’s headquarters in the City of London.
This action is part of the Insure Our Future campaign which brings together over 30 organisations to pressure insurance companies to get out of the coal, oil and gas business and support the transition to clean energy.