Skuld mulls partaking in new climate initiative

Norwegian insurer Skuld has so far been conspicuously absent but now considers participating in the marine insurance sector's newly establishment framework under the Poseidon Principles. The ambitions go further than merely halving carbon emissions by 2050.

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Marine insurance company Skuld has so far been conspicuously absent from the group of marine insurers collaborating to create a climate model for the industry based on banking initiative the Poseidon Principles.

However, the Oslo-based firm now considers joining in, Chief Executive Ståle Hansen tells ShippingWatch.

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