From coal mines, to tar sands pipelines, and new oil and gas exploration, Lloyd’s of London's insurance and reinsurance enable some of the world’s fossil fuel projects -- making billions in profits from climate chaos.
In honour of the upcoming Mother's Day in the UK, our partners Mothers Rise Up are outside the Lloyd’s of London HQ in London organizing a noisy action, none of Lloyd’s staff can miss!
But we won't only be in front of their London office.
Here’s the plan: we want to occupy Lloyd’s of London’s social media accounts and keep their syndicates AIG, Chubb and Travelers phone lines busy and inboxes flooded with our demands.
Two weeks ago, your direct calls to two other Lloyd’s syndicates, Talbot and Cincinnati, pushed them to give verbal agreements that they won't underwrite the disastrous East Africa Crude Oil Pipeline!
Today, we need you to tweet, call up and to e-mail employees of Lloyd's of London's syndicates to make sure they’ll push their company to commit to not cover the EACOP and adopt solid oil & gas exclusion policies.
Ready? Let’s go:
Tell Lloyd’s of London to stop insuring climate chaos!
- Contact Travelers - Andrew Tokely - Head of Energy, Property and Constructions
- Contact Chubb - Nadia Bagijn - Head of Financial Institutions
- Contact AIG
- UK: James Langdon - UK Head of Energy & Construction
- Americas: John Roberts - Head of Energy Claims
- Canada: Angelo Riccobene - Head of Property & Energy Claims
Call +1 416-596-3061
Here are statements you can make to the targets:
Hello [THEIR NAME],
My name is [YOUR NAME], and I am calling you from [YOUR LOCATION].
I'm calling you regarding the underwriting of the East African Crude Oil Pipeline. I am calling to ask you to clarify what involvement, if any, [COMPANY NAME] has with EACOP.
- Key questions:
- Are you involved?
- If not, are you likely to underwrite this sort of risk in the future?
- Are you willing to email us, confirming that you are not involved?
- If not to us, will you confirm to the media/journalists that you are not involved?
- If not, can you give us an off the record comment?