'Green Cold War': Why insurers and businesses should prepare for net zero geopolitical tensions

Cecilia Keating
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Start-up Xlinks is planning to build an inteconnector between Morocco and the UK | Credit: Xlinks
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Start-up Xlinks is planning to build an inteconnector between Morocco and the UK | Credit: Xlinks

Net zero transition will be characterised by competition as much as cooperation, and as such insurers should gear up to underwrite 'systematically important assets' that could be foundation of cooperation between countries, report warns

To what extent will growing political tensions between global powers impact the net zero transition, and vice versa? It is a fraught question that continues to challenge analysts, diplomats, and foreign...

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