Draft standard enters next phase of consultation until June 2023, with final version scheduled for publication in Q3 2023. The standard will provide investors with a new tool to help assess diversified mining companies' transition plans to net zero.
Incitec Pivot’s recent climate commitments and potential pathway to net zero are welcomed by investors engaging with Incitec Pivot through Climate Action 100+
Flagged director votes at Chevron and Volkswagen highlight director accountability, urging corporate boards to stop undermining the energy transition with obstructive lobbying; and at Valero to start envisioning how they can succeed in a clean energy future.
Planning for a Just Transition is no longer a trade off with the necessary pace of decarbonization, but a vital consideration on the route to net zero. Read more about the Just Transition here as part of our proxy season explainer series.
What's an ARO? As Climate Action 100+ release more flagged votes this week, the initiative continues its explanatory series for the fast approaching proxy season. This week's article covers climate accounting and asset retirement obligations.
In consultation with investor signatories, the initiative releases today an updated Benchmark (Benchmark 2.0) to ensure that it continues to effectively support investor engagements with focus companies during this critical decade. The enhancements made intend to embed a stronger focus on emissions reductions, alignment with 1.5°C pathways and the robustness of transition plans.
With the first round of flagged votes released Monday, Climate Action 100+ continues its explanatory series on all things proxy season. This week's article covers investor approaches to climate lobbying, including climate lobbying disclosure proposals.
As the 2023 North America and Europe proxy seasons approach, Climate Action 100+ will begin to flag votes pertaining to climate action. But what does it all mean? Below we cover some of the frequently asked questions to demystify the process.
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