Netflix and Walt Disney are among the companies targeted by investors calling for more “environmentally friendly” policies.
Chief executives at some of the world's largest companies are receiving letters from investors calling for improved environmental performance.
Coordinated by the campaign group ShareAction, investors with up to $1trn under management have written letters to 15 companies, including brands such as Netflix and Walt Disney telling them that asset managers want to "invest in environment friendly and financially sustainable companies that are prepared for and contributing to the low-carbon economy."
Sophia McNab, project manager at ShareAction, said: "I still hear from some companies that they’ve received no questions from investors on envi
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