• Climate alliances crumbled by anti-woke politics

    01 May 2023

    The unravelling of the Net-Zero Insurance Alliance owes a lot to right-wing US politics, where ESG and climate action is seen as a threat to business, as Sarfraz Thind discovers

  • US insurers and regulators have no idea how to close protection gaps

    13 February 2023

    Multiple protection gaps have grown to messy proportions, says Thomas Dawson

  • NAIC faces criticism over slow progress in climate work

    17 August 2022

    Scant evidence of regulators moving climate rules in short-term

  • US regulators increase focus on insurers' use of AI and ML technology

    27 July 2022

    Gaps exist in regulatory expertise to monitor growth of tech in insurance

  • The US climate split

    25 April 2022

    The knives are out on what US insurers need reveal about their climate-related exposures. Sarfraz Thind reports

  • US climate risk: towards global alignment?

    28 June 2021

    The US response to climate change has been complicated by inconsistent disclosure, muddled models and divergent state standards. Now the federal government is beginning to act, is the country's insurance sector ready to step up? Sarfraz Thind reports