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New for 2023 are indicators solely focused on human rights, as well as greater alignment with TCFD and net-zero initiatives.
CEC launches consultation on benchmark modelled on Climate Action 100+ but with additional provisions on Just Transition.
Heavyweights file at Tyson Foods on risks to diversified portfolios from antibiotic use in supply chains; As You Sow calls on Exxon and Chevron to undertake re-baselining exercise on emissions.
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Bottom-up carbon accounting won't produce the change we need, argues Simon Glynn of Zero Ideas.
‘Big four’ voted more conservatively than big proxy advisors in 2022, analysis of biggest asset managers by ShareAction finds.
Study gathered opinions on corporate climate action from 500+ business managers in the US, UK and Europe. 
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Investors and membership bodies welcome recommendations but highlight need for improved policy from government.
Big European managers oppose more than half of corporate climate votes, research by shareholder advisory firm reveals.
Thomas DiNapoli, sole trustee of the $233bn New York State Common Retirement Fund, talks to RI about divestment, net zero and anti-ESG backlash.
LGIM and HSBC AM are among co-filers at Swiss miner; plus, latest on shareholder proposals in the US, including Uyghur phaseout proposal withdrawn at Apple following commitment.
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