Chevron shareholders reach majority vote for a proposal calling for Scope 3 emissions reduction targets
Climate Action 100+ signatory investors propose far-reaching shareholder resolution at global oil and gas major BP
Shareholder proposal asks Exxon to set goals in-line with Paris Agreement
Members of Climate Action 100+ Steering Committee release statement in response to Shell’s Net Carbon Footprint targets
World’s largest pension fund GPIF of Japan announced as a Supporter of initiative. Initiative drives momentum in investor engagement activity across Asia, with upswing in signatories across the region.
More influential investors including AllianceBernstein, Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking Corporation, USD $43 billion UK pension pool Boarders to Coast Pension Partnership, and USD $64 billion Australian pension fund UniSuper sign on to initiative
225 investors with more than USD $26.3 trillion assets under management to engage with 100+ companies to ensure they act swiftly to improve governance on climate change, curb emissions, and strengthen climate-related financial disclosures