Environmental Stewardship


The Hartford Takes Environmental Responsibility Seriously

As an insurance company, The Hartford understands the risks that environmental challenges present to people and communities. As stewards of the environment, we are committed to reducing our impact on the environment and conserving natural resources in the face of climate change, while reducing our operating costs in the process.
 
We recognize that the combination of consumer demand, legislative and regulatory activity and technological advancement may create substantial opportunities to promote environmentally responsible activity when aligned with our business strategy. We advocate strongly for better land use planning, improved building codes with more rigid enforcement, and policies that protect Americans who live in areas vulnerable to severe weather.
 
The Hartford also continues to develop products and make investment decisions that promote environmentally responsible activity.
 
 

Environmental Recognition

  • The Hartford has been a member of the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI) since 2012 because of our leadership in economic, environmental and social sustainability.
  • The CDP, formerly the Carbon Disclosure Project, named The Hartford to its Carbon Disclosure Leadership Index, for the company’s professional approach to climate change disclosure. The CDP has recognized The Hartford every year since 2008. Read The Hartford's CDP Submission.

    Learn more about CDP and DJSI’s recognition of The Hartford’s commitment to sustainability.
  • The Center for Climate and Energy Solutions and The Climate Registry, in partnership with Bloomberg Philanthropies, honored The Hartford with two 2018 Climate Leadership Awards for our Excellence in Greenhouse Gas Management.
  • The U.S. Department of Energy recognized The Hartford as a Partner of the Workplace Charging Challenge and cited the company for finding unique ways to promote electric vehicle charging stations (EVs) including offering insurance coverage and free EV charging for employees at the company’s Connecticut campuses.