by Alison Ryan

Leaders from a number of the largest and most influential global insurance firms have formed an Insurance Task Force as part of the Prince Charles’ Sustainable Markets Initiative. Prince Charles, now King Charles 3rd, formed the SMI in January 2020 at Davos.
See: The Prince of Wales’s Sustainable Markets Initiative launches #TheGreatReset | The Royal Family)

Prince Charles later launched his SMI Insurance Task Force on June 24 2021 during a visit to Lloyd’s, the world’s leading insurance and reinsurance marketplace. The SMI ITF is comprised of executives from many of the world’s largest insurance and reinsurance companies.
See: HRH The Prince of Wales launches new partnership with the global insurance industry to drive action to tackle climate change (

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The SMI ITF’s purpose…”to drive progress as a group and accelerate the pace of industry transitions towards a more resilient and sustainable future, putting Nature, People and Planet at the heart of global value creation” and to “provide innovative new insurance products and services, and critical financial and risk management support across a number of industries and geographies to drive positive change”.
See: Insurance Taskforce | Sustainable Markets Initiative (

In collaboration with EY and freuds, the SMI Sustainability 30 Forum has members representing companies with a total market capitalization of $6.7t, revenue in excess of $2.3t and more than 5 million employees.
See: S30 | Sustainable Markets Initiative (

Prince Charles, King Charles 3th, has stated – “The insurance industry is exceptionally well placed to understand the impact of climate change and the damage it can cause to us all if we don’t take action now. This is why I am so pleased that a large number of the world’s leading insurance companies have joined together to identify how the insurance industry can help put Nature, People and the Planet at the heart of our entire economy.”
See Quote: Insurance Taskforce | Sustainable Markets Initiative (

Europe is moving backward over energy. German Industrial Association head Siegfried Russwurm warned that “the substance of industry is threatened” by rising prices. Gas consumption by industry in July was 21 per cent lower than last year, signifying “a dramatic plunge in production”.
German Economy Minister Robert Habeck called the situation “alarming”, noting that some firms “have completely ceased to produce”. In addition to
Habeck’s warning in July of an “energy Lehman”, the Finnish Economic
Affairs Minister Mika Lintila on 4 September said the crisis has all the makings of “a kind of Lehman Brothers of energy industry”. Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto warned 29 August that Western Europe is headed for an “energy collapse”. (See Australian Alert Service 14 September 2022)

“The treasuries of numerous European governments are bailing out energy providers with loans or credit guarantees, and measures to assist industry and households: Sweden €33 billion, Finland up to €10 billion, Austria €2 billion, Switzerland €4 billion, and Germany some €80 billion. British banks are considering an extension of credit lines to energy operators. While incoming British PM Liz Truss is promising £150 billion in aid for business, household and local government bills (over several years), much of the overall expenditure is not going to people, industry, or purchase of actual power, but to fund the insurance racket overseeing the liquidity of power companies on the hook for price hedging.” (See AAS 14 September 2022)

“Don’t blame Russia. Russian President Vladimir Putin can’t be blamed for high prices: He is on the record opposing the abandonment of long-term contracts in favour of “gas exchange trading”.
(See: “Leaders demand end to speculation driving energy crisis”, AAS, 20 Oct. 2021). Furthermore, working with other nations, Russia is proposing to fix stable commodity prices for trade, including by the exclusion of speculation. (See “Days are numbered for US dollar order”, AAS, 7 Sept.)
Speaking at the Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok on 7 September, Putin said Moscow is ready to “switch on” the new pipeline to deliver gas to Europe, and to restore flows in Nord Stream 1 if a new turbine is provided.” (See AAS 14 September 2022)

It appears that the climate warfare against Nature, People and Planet are strongholds of the monied powerful world leaders but their time is short, on God’s scale. In the meantime, let’s hope and pray Europe is delivered out of their crisis, and takes Russia’s out stretched hand