Today’s Solutions: June 13, 2024

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Health data policies need to come into play

As technology's power and influence have grown astonishingly in the past 20 years, no one was prepared for its implications down the line. Data privacy is one of these unforeseen issues, with no real laws and rights currently in place around this topic. We are under the hold of our browsing Read More...

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US makes at-home Covid-19 tests free to all Americans

With the rise of a potentially-concerning new Covid-19 variant, omicron, and colder months ahead, the US is ramping up health measures to prevent another surge in cases this winter. The White House has recently announced that it will make all at-home rapid tests free. Under the new rules, Read More...

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Coal power is becoming ‘uninsurable’ as major insurance firms refuse coverage

It was a historic year in the fight against coal power as ten major insurance firms moved to restrict the insurance coverage they offer to companies that build or operate coal power plants, taking the global total to 17. 2019 saw the number of insurers refusing coverage for coal projects more than Read More...

Chubb becomes America’s firs

Chubb becomes America’s first insurance company to step away from coal

US insurance giant Chubb Limited just announced new policies when dealing with coal, and it’s not going to make friends of the fossil fuels industry happy. The company announced it no longer will underwrite the construction and operation of new coal-fired plants or new risks for companies that Read More...

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Divestment from coal is good business for French insurance giant Axa

The international fossil fuel divestment movement has been growing steadily, ahead of the U.N. Climate Summit in Paris later this year. The most recent announcement comes from French insurance giant Axa, who is slated to sell $559 million of its coal investments, while having committed over $3 Read More...