Proxy Season 2024

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Climate Action 100+ is an investor-led initiative to ensure the world’s largest corporate greenhouse gas emitters take appropriate action on climate change in order to mitigate financial risk and to maximize the long-term value of assets.

Initiative snapshot

  • 700+


    engaging the world’s largest greenhouse gas emitting companies

  • 170


    being engaged through the initiative across the planet

  • 75%

    of focus companies

    now have net zero commitments

  • 93%

    of focus companies

    now have board committee oversight of climate change risks and opportunities


Climate Action 100+ is delivered by five investor networks working with the initiative’s investor signatories

  • AIG
  • Ceres
  • IGCC
  • PRI

Latest News

Climate Action 100+ statement on the U.S. House subcommittee hearing

Climate Action 100+ released the following statement in response to today’s U.S. House Judiciary Committee Subcommittee on the Administrative State, Regulatory Reform, and Antitrust hearing. Ceres CEO and President Mindy Lubber, a founding member of the Climate Action 100+ global Steering Committee, testified before the Committee. 

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Rio Tinto commit to enhanced Scope 3 disclosures

Rio Tinto, one of the world’s largest metals and mining corporations and a leading iron ore producer, has made new commitments to enhance disclosure on plans and progress to reduce scope 3 emissions from iron ore processing for steel production. This represents a step forward with potential sector wide implications.

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The evidence is clear. Across the planet our economies and communities face systemic risks from climate change. To mitigate their exposure and secure ongoing sustainable returns for their beneficiaries, investors must ensure the businesses they own have strategies that deliver the transition to net-zero emissions by 2050, or sooner and align with the goal of the Paris Agreement, of limiting average global temperature rise to well below two degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels, and pursuing efforts even further to limit the temperature increase to 1.5 degrees Celsius.

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