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Investigations by right-wing attorneys general tipped to continue after big asset managers quit climate collaborative engagement initiative.
Investors call out ExxonMobil lawsuit; ESG proposals at Tyson Foods fail to get majority support; FPIC resolution filed at RBC.
The latest developments in sustainable finance: SEC pushed to finalise climate rules; PRI, CFA Institute and GSIA launch responsible investment definitions.
Linklaters survey finds reluctance to collaborate on climate on both sides of the Atlantic, but US companies no more likely to back out.
Texas court judgement and Missouri filings provide useful precedents for firms dealing with the backlash, says Ropes & Gray partner.
US SIF predicts a legal challenge from corporate groups, but says a pork-related precedent leaves potential cases with little merit.
The latest developments in sustainable finance: California governor Newsom to support climate disclosure bill; US politicians call on Fed to require FIs to stop financing fossil fuels.
The latest developments in sustainable finance: NYU $5bn endowment fund to divest from fossil fuels; Taiwan tables ESG code of conduct.
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The green supervisory group predicted that anti-ESG litigation could taper off as climate change risks materialise.
The latest developments in sustainable finance: Australia settles lawsuit over climate risks to government bonds; Verra to align standards with ICVCM criteria.

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