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Enstar recognises the threat of climate change and therefore managing our environmental impact is a key part of our ESG strategy.

When assuming contracts, we focus on mitigating three major types of climate risk to ensure sustainability:

  • Physical risks - (Short to Longer Term) are the first order risks arising from weather-related events, such as floods and storms. Their impact may be felt directly through property damage, or indirectly through subsequent events such as disruption of global supply chains or resource scarcity.
  • Transition risks - (Short to Medium Term) include financial risks deriving from the transition to a carbon net zero economy, and for Enstar include potential swift, adverse repricing of carbon-intensive financial assets.
  • Liability risks - (Short to Medium Term) include third-party exposures such as claimants who have suffered climate-change related losses and damage and seek compensation.

Tree Planting

To celebrate Enstar’s 30-year anniversary in 2023, we planted 30,000 trees across the UK, Ireland, USA, Bermuda, Australia and Africa. Click on the image below to view a short video with more information about our tree planting initiative.



Emissions Reporting

In 2022 we reported our Scope 1 and 2 operational emissions for the first time. Since then we have introduced a variety of initiatives to reduce our Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions.

We continue to work on reducing our operational footprint. For more information, see our latest ESG report.




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