The fund seeks to push the companies into speeding up their climate transition plans and acting to cut greenhouse gas emissions.
Church of England investors to vote against oil directors; US civil unrest; FRC to probe Deloitte; are UK execs better off in the US?
NZ boosts ESG in governance code; bid to oust BP chair; Exxon challenged; KPMG and EY audits; female directors mean better forecasting.
Academic argues that the Exxon/Engine No.1 case could be a template for how to make companies confront climate risk.
The number of withdrawn proxy proposals relating to the environment has risen significantly, suggesting boards are taking investor views more seriously.
Withholding of votes reaches peak level, sending a signal that shareholders are unhappy with S&P500 directors.
Shareholders call on oil giant Exxon to produce regular reports on the implications of the Paris Accord, to restrict the rise in global temperature to 2℃.