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Winners of Environmental Finance's Sustainable Investment Awards revealed   
July 04, 2020
Source: Environmental finance - Climate Action 100+, the Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change, and the Investor Mining & Tailings Safety Initiative. The full list of the more than 40 winners can be found here. "Congratulations to every one of the...
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Sadiq Khan: 'The climate emergency remains one of the biggest threats we face'   
July 01, 2020
Source: Business Green - The week is scheduled to include more than 60 events hosted by a raft of organisations, including the Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change (IIGCC), the Grantham Research Institute at ...
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Russell Golden Leaves FASB With Streamlined Standards, Lingering Rule Questions   
June 30, 2020
Source: Wall Street Journal - The Financial Accounting Standards Board’s Russell Golden shepherded a handful of sweeping rule changes during his tenure as chairman, but for some investors, he didn’t go far enough.
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Court derails SEC efforts for market reforms   
June 30, 2020
Source: Pensions&Investments - In a challenge brought by the exchanges, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia said the SEC "clearly exceeded" its authority to launch the program, which had been widely supported by market watchdogs and investor...
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GM CEO Mary Barra names 'inclusion' team in bid to act on social equality commitment   
June 30, 2020
Source: Detroit Free Press on MSN.com - Mary Barry, in a memo to employees, named a Detroit children's advocate and an entrepreneur to key role in eliminating 'structural racism and bias.'
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Young blood may not be enough to curb Japan’s support for coal power   
June 30, 2020
Source: The Japan Times - New language in a high-profile policy review shifting focus toward renewables is expected to be largely be symbolic, said sources familiar with the matter.
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How 2 nuns helped Southern Co. wake up to climate   
June 30, 2020
Source: E&E - Two sisters helped persuade a polluting energy company to tackle climate change by fostering a relationship with its CEO and demanding change.
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Young Blood May Fail to Curb Japan’s Support for Coal Power   
June 30, 2020
Source: YAHOO! - (Bloomberg) -- Efforts by Japan’s popular 39-year-old environment minister to curb the government’s support for coal-fired power may be failing, a potential blow to restricting use of the most-polluting fossil fuel...
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Coal’s Support in Japan Set to Survive Political Star’s Attacks   
June 30, 2020
Source: Bloomberg on MSN.com - Efforts by Japan’s popular 39-year-old environment minister to curb the government’s support for coal-fired power may be failing, a potential blow to restricting use of the most-polluting fossil fuel amid rising...
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Companies and Investors Heed the Call to Action   
June 27, 2020
Source: Barron's - When Wall Street CEOs like Brian Moynihan and Larry Fink publicly call for greater social responsibility, the movement has officially left the fringe. Here’s why, and what’s next.
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