CalPERS, PGGM, APG back resolution on climate change voting at T. Rowe Price
Big institutions get behind proposal from SRI firm Zevin
Major institutional investors including CalPERS and Dutch giants PGGM and APG backed a shareholder proposal about asset manager T. Rowe Price’s proxy voting on climate change, their voting records show.
The resolution, filed by SRI firm Zevin Asset Management, called for a report …
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