Pressure mounts on companies to allow annual climate vote at AGMs
Unilever, IIGCC and LAPFF are the latest to back the trend
Pressure has continued to mount on companies to let investors vote on their climate progress in recent days, with consumer goods giant Unilever pledging yesterday to amend its bylaws to introduce a three-yearly shareholder vote on the topic.
The £118bn firm says it will put its cl…
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