The initiative has evolved its core goals, improved and expanded the ways investors can participate, and enhanced the investor engagement model. The new phase, running until 2030, intends to inspire a global scale up in active ownership, markedly shifting the focus from corporate climate-related disclosure to the implementation of climate transition plans.
Investors engaging Petróleo Brasileiro S.A. (Petrobras) through Climate Action 100+ welcome the announcement that the Brazil’s state-owned petroleum multinational has signed an agreement to join the Oil & Gas Methane Partnership 2.0 (OGMP 2.0).
On the 1st of December 2022 at PRI in Person, Climate Action 100+ introduced its preliminary findings from the latest investor signatory consultation on the initiative’s next phase.
On the 8th of November 2022, Climate Action 100+ partnered with the Carbon Tracker Initiative (CTI) on an event at COP27’s We Mean Business Pavilion, drawing on CTI’s Still Flying Blind report.
Interim cycle of Benchmark assessments provides investors with timely data to inform engagement strategies ahead of upcoming proxy seasons
Initiative is consulting on a set of proposals to enhance the Benchmark
Australian focus company assessments released early to provide investors with updated Benchmark data ahead of AGMs
Investors engaging Air Liquide through Climate Action 100+ welcome recent steps
The importance of companies quantifying their decarbonisation strategies and meeting the Benchmark’s requirements
Climate Action 100+ publishes an updated investor guide to support corporate engagement on climate issues in Asia
SBTi has validated the company’s 2030 targets as being aligned with a “well below 2°C” Paris Agreement goal.
Stephanie Maier and Stephanie Pfeifer share five reflections from their leadership of the Climate Action 100+ global steering committee
Exploring why a just transition is important for investors and key findings from the Climate Action 100+ just transition beta indicator