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With COP26 behind us, how should food and agricultural companies tailor their climate strategies?

Published: November 23, 2021 by Katie Anderson

Takeaways from COP26 for food companies: Foster collaboration, focus on short and long-lived climate pollutants, protect tropical forests.

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Forget 2050: As COP26 Starts, Five Immediate Priorities for Oil and Gas

Published: November 1, 2021 by Guest Author

5 key climate metrics for the next 5 years of oil and gas.

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An Investor’s Guide to the Oil and Gas Methane Partnership

This first-of-its-kind reporting framework is designed to improve the clarity and credibility of oil and gas industry methane emissions data.

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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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To Meet Sustainability Goals, Food Companies Need To Slash Methane

Published: June 24, 2021 by Katie Anderson

For the livestock sector, there's an often overlooked, invisible source of climate pollution lurking in the supply chain: methane.

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Methane action at National Oil Companies

As the largest producers of oil and gas, National Oil Companies have an opportunity to make deep cuts in global methane emissions.

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Methane is front and center for EIG’s portfolio companies

Published: December 8, 2020 by Andrew Baxter

Emily Rodgers of EIG discusses why her company is so focused on methane emissions, and their recent methane PE Summit for their portfolio companies.

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Access to capital shrinks if oil and gas companies ignore methane, says Quantum private equity

Published: November 19, 2020 by Andrew Baxter

Quantum's Sean O’Donnell shared his views on methane and the company's plans for a more active role in ESG regulatory matters with EDF’s Andrew Baxter

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