Our sustainability reports
Our sustainability ambition reports is integral to how we run our business and includes clear accountability and transparent reporting
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Climate-related financial disclosure
The steps we take to mitigate the environmental risks we face as a business
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Modern slavery statement
As part of our human rights approach, we publish our Modern Slavery Statement every year
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Changing our world for the better takes action
What we do today decides what’s possible tomorrow.
It takes all of us. It takes Aviva.
Words alone won’t change the world.
It takes action from all of us.
Because what we do today decides what’s possible tomorrow.
We’re acting on climate change and helping others do the same.
We’ve cut our operational emissions by 81% since 2010.
And we’ve been carbon neutral for even longer.
We’ve invested £7.6 billion in green assets.
That’s equivalent to 100 windfarms.
Or enough to power 4 million homes.
And we’re committed to be net zero by 2040.
We’re building stronger communities and investing in a future we all want to live in.
£4 billion in housing, hospitals and green infrastructure in 2021 alone.
We also invested over 30 million in community programmes.
It’s helped 2 million people and counting better prepare for climate or financial shocks.
And we’re putting power in the hands of our customers.
Out motor insurance helps you offset carbon emissions.
And our low-carbon pension and saving funds even show your investment ethics.
We’re changing the way we do business.
We’re living wage and living hours champions.
We’re market leaders for flexible working, paid carers leave, and equal parental leave.
And we’re well on the way to having women make up 40% of our senior leaders by 2024.
We’re committed to the planet.
We care for our communities.
And we’re confident about what lies ahead.
Changing our world for the better takes action.
It takes all of us.
It takes Aviva.
Our sustainability ambition
Acting on climate change, building communities, embedding sustainability... find out more about how we're creating a better tomorrow.
Supporting our people to be their best
Our people are Aviva. They are focused on delivering our purpose and making things better for our customers and colleagues. They make this a great place to work.
Diversity and inclusion
From Norwich to Toronto, we are committed to ensuring our people are a reflection of the customers and communities we serve.
The sustainability team and who we work with
Our memberships, commitments and the people we work together with.
Our Group-level sustainability team reports to the Aviva Executive Team and considers sustainability issues in our leadership decisions and day-to-day business activities.
Our sustainability news
Read our latest news about how we're working towards a better tomorrow.
Aviva becomes a Carbon Partner of the Woodland Trust with a £10m donation
Aviva announces a £10 million donation to the Woodland Trust to support their Woodland Carbon Scheme which will deliver carbon removal and biodiversity improvements through woodland creation and peat restoration.
Carbon footprint of restoring a flooded home can be equivalent to six and a half return transatlantic flights
Aviva calls for urgent action in creating climate-ready homes
Aviva helps restore rare native British rainforests
Aviva announces £38 million of funding to restore Britain’s lost temperate rainforests in the UK. This is part of a £100 million commitment to help remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere using nature-based solutions that will improve habitats, biodiversity and enhance resilience to flooding and extreme heat.
New guidance for investors to ensure climate financing supports gender equality
The Women in Finance Climate Action Group has developed a framework to help financial institutions support women in the net zero transition and limit the negative impact of climate change on women.
Aviva achieves validation of its science-based emission targets
Aviva has received validation of its science-based targets following approval from the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi).
Aviva calls for financial sector to play a bigger and clearer role in preventing biodiversity loss
Aviva calls for clarity on the financial sector’s role in the goals and targets set by the Global Biodiversity Framework (GBF), due to be agreed at COP15 in Montreal.
Electric car drivers fear running out of charge – but help is at hand from Aviva
Running out of charge and being left stranded at the roadside is the main concern of drivers of electric vehicles (EVs) and those thinking of buying or leasing one, new research from Aviva shows.
Aviva wants UK to be the most climate-ready large economy in the world by 2030
Aviva today launches a campaign for the UK to be the most climate-ready large economy by 2030 as it releases its first Climate-Ready Index – a framework to measure how influential countries (G7*nations +Ireland) are progressing on climate mitigation, resilience and adaptation.
Aviva Ireland provides €5 million funding to The Nature Trust
Aviva Ireland has announced that it has provided €5 million in funding to the Nature Trust, a not-for-profit company backed by Coillte and Forestry Partners, to help accelerate its native afforestation project.
Aviva launches standalone cover for electric vehicle charging points
Aviva has reaffirmed its commitment to sustainability by launching one of the UK’s first standalone insurance products covering electric vehicle (EV) charging points.
Aviva pledges extra support to UK charites supporting financial wellbeing
In an effort to help tackle the financial pressures being brought on by the cost of living crisis, the Aviva Community Fund has announced an additional £2m funding to causes supporting financial wellbeing in their communities.
80% of employers think it is important pensions are invested responsibly
Aviva’s Working Lives Report 2022: The Big Squeeze has found 80% of employers compared to 65% of employees think it is important that a workplace pension fund is invested responsibly.
Gardens being uprooted in favour of driveways and artificial grass, new research reveals
25% of homeowners in the UK with outside space have turned all or part of their garden into a driveway and a further 17% are planning to make this change.
Aviva powers up renewable energy insurance as it taps into net zero commitments
Aviva’s renewable energy insurance business has grown to more than 150% of the size of the fossil fuel power generation book it exited in 2019.
Aviva invests £50m into sustainability focused venture capital funds
Aviva today announces a commitment to invest £50m into venture capital funds focused on emerging technology which supports a more sustainable future.
Aviva introduces electric vehicle scheme for UK colleagues
Aviva has introduced an Electric Vehicle (EV) Salary Sacrifice Scheme, giving UK colleagues the opportunity to drive a fully electric EV for a two or three year period.
Read more about how we're acting on climate change, building stronger communities and embedding sustainability into our business.
Aviva and WWF
It takes acting on climate change to build a better tomorrow. It takes a partnership.
Using unclaimed shareholder assets for public benefit.
British Red Cross partnership
We’ve worked with the British Red Cross since 2016 to help communities become safer and stronger in times of uncertainty and crisis.
Perth Solar Project
Powering our future with renewable energy
Dormant assets scheme
A force for good at a time of crisis
Supporting our customers when they need us most
Minimising the environmental impact of the claims we process
Making inclusion integral
Making inclusion integral to how we treat our customers, clients, partners and people
Human rights and our Modern Slavery Act statement
Supporting the human rights and anti-modern slavery agenda
Funding the future
Investing in UK infrastructure
Becoming Climate Ready
We want the countries we operate in to become more climate ready.
We’ve measured influential counties on how they are progressions on vital climate mitigation, resilience and adaptation factors.