AIG to end support for new coal, tar sands, and Arctic drilling as it extends net zero goals

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AIG to end support for new coal, tar sands, and Arctic drilling as it extends net zero goals

US insurance giant becomes latest firm to tighten investment policies in bid to deliver on its net zero emission goals

Insurance giant AIG has this week announced a commitment to achieving a net zero emission underwriting and investment portfolio by 2050 at the latest, alongside moves to restrict its support for the most...

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