We advance dialogue,
to unlock solutions.
Im a complex, interconnected world, the defining risks and opportunities of our time require a multi-stakeholder approach. Dialogue with key stakeholders in industry, government, and civil society can unlock sustainability solutions that benefit the insurance sector, its policyholders, the economy, our environment and society.
How We Foster Dialogue
Associations & Coalitions
We suport existing (and where necessary, initate new)
trades, councils and coalitions that bridge gaps between the insurance sector and public/private stakeholders.
Events and Media
We coordinate dialogue - in person, online and through media work - to shape the narrative on how the insurance sector can address sustainability risks and opportunities.
We help insurers identify where expert mediated dialogue can reduce complexity/uncertainty, tackle sensitive issues and yield positive outcomes for all stakeholders.
Where Dialogue is Needed
Breaking down the science, impacts, interconnected risk landscape, decarbonization pathways, adaptation and resilience needs, and the role for both public and private risk transfer and finance.
Insuring Better Health
Creating a modern ecosystem around insurance and health care - focusing on patients, providers, wellness, medical science and technology, public health and underlying environmental, social and economic factors.
Rethinking the concept of environmental accounting - from cost and mitigation, to capital and regeneration. A paradigm shift for communities, businesses, insurance and finance.
Buildings and Infrastructure
Sizing up the scale of transformation needed and realistic pathways - from sustainable and net-zero real estate to the clean energy transition, future of mobility, challenges of urbanization, and beyond.
Tackling the 100+ billion dollar a year question - how can policymakers, the insurance sector and its stakeholders translate Nat Cat losses, say nothing of routine claims, into smart sustainability and resiliency investments?
The Role for Government
Central to nearly every sustainability issue is the role of government - and the need for dialogue on pragmatic policymaking to create certrainty vs. regulatory overload and bureaucracy that too often holds back progress.