With Liberty Mutual’s support, fossil fuel companies are digging new coal mines, building pipelines, and expanding oil and gas production in some of the most sensitive ecosystems in the world and often in violation of Indigenous rights.

Without insurance coverage, these dangerous projects cannot be constructed or continue to operate.

The campaign targeting Liberty Mutual is demanding that the Boston-based insurance giant stop insuring new fossil fuel projects, phase out all fossil fuel business in line with 1.5ºC, and respect human rights, especially Indigenous rights.

Taking action

We’ve shown up at Liberty offices across the country and at CEO David Long’s house, written countless emails and letters to executives, and flooded the phones until they’ve shut down.

In December 2019, Liberty announced a policy on coal. It’s clear that the company is paying attention, but it has got a long way to go to align with a safe climate and a world in which rights are respected.

The policy has major loopholes for new coal projects, and it’s completely silent on oil and gas. That’s why we’re ramping up the pressure and won’t stop until Liberty takes action that meets the scale and urgency of the climate crisis.

A leading role

Insurance companies can play a leading role in accelerating a just energy transition. In fact, it’s paradoxical that they don’t. In the face of climate disasters, Liberty is already abandoning customers in wildfire-affected counties in California and flood zones in Florida.

Liberty knows that climate change is a massive risk right now, and yet it continues to facilitate fossil fuel expansion.

Join us to demand that Liberty Mutual insure our future, not climate chaos.


We’re going to keep the pressure on until Chase completely stops funding the climate crisis.
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