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Insurance giant refuses to buckle to climate protests

THE world’s largest insurance broker, Marsh & McLennan, has decided not to announce an expected climate policy at its May 21 annual general meeting in New York City and online.

Marsh released a 183 word statement outlining “client engagement principles”.

Marsh released a 183 word statement outlining “client engagement principles”.

Marsh has come under pressure over its role as insurance broker for Adani and arranging insurance for its Carmichael coal and rail project in Queensland. Last week, more than 5000 people joined a global...

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