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A defining moment for ExxonMobil’s biggest shareholders — and for the climate

Published: May 21, 2021 by Fred Krupp

ExxonMobil faces an investor vote that could help catalyze a much-needed transition toward a clean energy future.

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Why investors should support climate policy: three myths debunked

Published: February 4, 2021 by Gabriel Malek

To successfully manage climate risks, investors must actively support the public policies needed to achieve net zero emissions by 2050.

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Apple, Ford, McDonald’s, Microsoft among this summer’s climate leaders

Published: July 22, 2020 by Tom Murray

A number of leading companies are rising to the challenge and responding stakeholder demands for ESG leadership. Here’s how.

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Companies respond to growing investor calls for transparent chemicals management

Published: July 14, 2020 by Alissa Sasso

Chemicals management is a long overdue topic of discussion for boardrooms. Here's why that needs to change.

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C.O.B Tuesday – a conversation about ESG

A wide-ranging discussion on energy and investment between EDF's Ben Ratner and Tudor Pickering CEO Maynard Holt.

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CalSTRS investor: Access to capital will tighten for oil and gas companies sidestepping climate

Published: June 8, 2020 by Ben Ratner

Part 2 of 2 on the prospects for ESG and climate investing: a conversation with EDF’s Ben Ratner and CalSTRS' Brian Rice.

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A zero flaring policy is long overdue, and investors can help make it reality

Published: May 27, 2020 by Ben Ratner

The eyesore of the oilfield, flaring natural gas destroys shareholder value and creates... a bright future for continuous methane detection.

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CalSTRS says climate is major portfolio threat, companies must walk the walk on net-zero

Published: May 12, 2020 by Ben Ratner

The first of a two-part Q&A series with CalSTRS examining prospects on ESG and climate investing through the energy transition.

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