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Investors that manage US$47tn demand world’s biggest polluters back plan for net-zero emissions   
September 14, 2020
Source: The Guardian - Climate Action 100+ group put 161 fossil fuel, mining, transport and other big-emitting companies on notice in latest campaign by shareholders
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Influential investor group demands ‘net-zero’ targets   
September 14, 2020
Source: The Financial Times - Climate Action 100+, the influential investor group whose 518 members include BlackRock and Pimco, has written to the world’s largest greenhouse gas-emitting companies to demand they put in place a “net-zero...
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Australia's top emitters told to draw net zero road map   
September 14, 2020
Source: The Australian Financial Review - Climate Action 100+ has written to the CEOs of Australia's top 12 emitters demanding they develop plans to reduce their carbon emissions to net zero.
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Big investors issue AGM warning to climate net-zero laggards   
September 14, 2020
Source: The Straits Times - A leading investor group has written to the boards of the world's biggest corporate emitters of greenhouse gases, warning they must produce a strategy to move their business to net-zero carbon emissions or face pressure at future...
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Australian Climate Scientists, Finance & Insurance Sectors Unite for Climate-Risk Disclosures   
September 14, 2020
Source: Armed robbery in Revesby - New Australian guidelines launched to ensure consistent climate change risks assessments and disclosure Sydney, September 14th, 2020 –
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Investor group issues AGM warning to climate net-zero laggards   
September 14, 2020
Source: Reuters - A leading investor group has written to the boards of the world's biggest corporate emitters of greenhouse gases, warning they must produce a strategy to move their business to net-zero carbon emissions or face pressure at future...
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Global investment managers say no to carbon   
September 12, 2020
Source: Inhabitat - The Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change includes more than 1,200 members in 16 countries. Together, they control over $40 trillion in assets. The group distributes its recommended ...
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New SEC Rules May Be Good for Business but Not for Investors   
September 12, 2020
Source: Barron's - The changes include proposals to streamline mutual fund and exchange-traded fund disclosures; new rules on corporate disclosures and regulating proxy advisors; and an expanded definition of “accredited,
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BHP executives face carbon test   
September 11, 2020
Source: The Australian - BHP boss Mike Henry will put 10 per cent of his leadership teams bonus payments on the line over the mining giants plan to reduce its carbon emissions by 30 per cent by 2030, as the company outlines its approach to dealing with...
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Opinion: If the SEC changes this disclosure rule, the hardest part of being a company director will get even harder   
September 11, 2020
Source: MarketWatch - Companies now talk with a broad range of shareholders, not just the loudest and the biggest. That could change if those required to make so-called
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