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We’re proud to be the number three insurer in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index and a founding member of the Net Zero Asset Owner Alliance. The Alliance is committed to tackling global warming and reducing the carbon emissions of their investment portfolios to net-zero by 2050.

We’re committed to reducing our carbon emissions from our offices across the UK and we’ve been carbon neutral since 2012, achieved a 65% cut in CO2 emissions per employee since 2010 and 90% of our electricity now comes from renewable sources. We’ll continue to set ourselves targets including sourcing 100% of our electricity from renewable sources by 2023 and reduce our carbon footprint.

In the 2020 report, we are focusing on Allianz’s commitment to long-term climate protection – both through our business activities as an insurer and investor and our corporate operations. The report gives you an overview of a wide array of topics from how we manage ESG risks and opportunities in our business, offer sustainable solutions, protect our customers, develop our people and engage in the community.


Carbon neutral since 2012

No. 1

Insurer in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index


Products with ecological or social benefits


Of our electricity from renewable sources


Commitment to phase all coal risks out of our business by 2040


Renewable energy investments including 90 wind and 9 solar farms

News | November 30, 2020

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced that new cars and vans powered wholly by petrol and diesel will be banned in the UK from 2030.



Podcast | Sep 14, 2020

Sustainable Claims is a crucial element of Allianz’s business and combines protecting customers while aiming to meet environmental commitments. It means that physical damage resulting in a claim could be fixed using recycled or sustainable products. But it’s about much more than parts.

Expertise | July 03, 2020

Our Allianz expert Carolyn Rich, Head of Brand Marketing and Social Responsibility discusses why sustainability has become a key focus over the last few years and why businesses need to adapt to remain competitive in a changing world. 


- Oliver Bäte, Chairman of the Board of Management, Allianz SE.