While 89% voted in favour of the energy giant’s climate action plan, a separate resolution saw 30% demand more ambitious targets.
Shell survived its first “say on climate” shareholder vote this week with mixed results. While the 89% vote in favour of the energy giant’s climate action plan looks big enough to stifle dissenting voices, it is still short of the 95% considered overwhelming shareholder support for a management measure.
Shell may be relieved that a high-profile say on climate vote has been won in the full glare of media attention. Others remain to be convinced.
Since Shell asked shareholder to vote on its climate action plan there has been widespread coverage of its climate plan, much of it focused on criticism from campaign groups and some invest
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