Dealing with darkness
With no end in sight for the global energy crisis, it’s increasingly likely that we could face blackouts. Without forward planning, this could have a detrimental impact on the precious objects and works of art that are displayed and stored in museums and galleries across the world.
Lending wings to the aviation industry
Climate change is raising the bar for what ‘good’ looks like for the aviation industry, and performance and sustainability are key components.
A sustainable future
Denise Delaney, Head of Responsible Business talks to John Elkington about how the Insurance industry can support a more sustainable future.
Building technology in our own image is not the solution we need
As the London Market embraces technology what happens when digitalisation causes problems? Matthew Moore makes the case for more inclusive thinking.
How Insurers can help the art world cut emissions
Artists have made a stand against climate change, but what can the art world do to reduce emissions? David Saillen thinks insurers can support them.
Are we afraid to grasp London's future
The pandemic gave the London Insurance market a once-in-a-century opportunity for reform, Matthew Moore speculates on how the market should respond.
Going for gold
Emma Jack explains the risks involved when moving top-level competition horses around the globe to compete in events and how they are insured
Helping women heal a post Covid world
LSM's FRS team explains why in Covid-hit emerging markets, it's important to invest in women’s entrepreneurship and SMEs to support economic growth.
Why it's time to give our data away
Rather than hoarding data within corporate bodies, we need to be sharing it, says GRS President of Underwriting (formerly President and Managing Director of Liberty Specialty Markets), Matthew Moore.