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Maritime Makeover: The Role for Investors in Decarbonizing Global Shipping 

Maritime shipping is a cornerstone of global supply chains and a major source of GHG emissions. The industry must move faster toward low-carbon fuels.

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Oil and Gas M&A is Undermining the Energy Transition. It’s time to act.

Published: May 10, 2022 by Gabriel Malek

Analyzing the last five years of oile and gas industry upstream mergers and acquisitions, we found three important trends.

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Methane policy is a test of investors’ post-COP climate commitment. Will they pass?

Published: January 12, 2022 by Dominic Watson

Climate pledges from the financial industry ring hollow unless firms support public policies to deliver the required emission cuts.

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As scientists sound code red, how can financial leaders respond?

Published: August 17, 2021 by Gabriel Malek

To reach net zero, every available tool – from shareholder engagement to capital allocation to climate policy advocacy – must be deployed.

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Strong SEC climate risk disclosure rules are good for business, investors

Published: August 4, 2021 by Gabriel Malek

Updated rulemaking is urgently needed given the immense risks climate change poses to companies, investors, and the American financial system.

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Asset managers: It’s time for a new era of climate leadership

Published: July 29, 2021 by Ben Ratner

EDF and Legal & General Investment Management America have announced a partnership to raise the bar for climate leadership.

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New Engine No. 1 ETF builds momentum for climate-aligned proxy voting

Published: July 2, 2021 by Gabriel Malek

Offering financial products that bring consumers’ climate concerns to the board room represents a crucial next step in sustainable finance.

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What the SEC can do to protect investors, companies, and people from another Texas power crisis

Published: June 22, 2021 by Gabriel Malek

The massive storm that hit Texas in February — known as Winter Storm Uri — highlights the dangers of ignoring the physical risks of climate change.

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