Insurance giant Travelers to ditch coal plant underwriting

Michael Holder
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Travelers joins a growing list of major insurers to rule out underwriting for coal
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Travelers joins a growing list of major insurers to rule out underwriting for coal

Insurer also beefs up climate policies on tar sands and wider investments

Travelers has become the latest insurance giant to rule out underwriting for new coal-fired power plants worldwide, as it yesterday unveiled a clutch of strengthened green investment and insurance policies....

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