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New York City Comptroller Brad Lander talks to RI as it withdraws proposal at Apple following commitment from tech giant to undertake audit on freedom of association.
The latest developments in sustainable finance: ESMA launches CSA on MiFID II; 1 in 5 Article 9 funds underreporting fossil fuel exposure.
‘Big four’ voted more conservatively than big proxy advisors in 2022, analysis of biggest asset managers by ShareAction finds.
Investor network will use 'engagement and other stewardship tools' to address forest loss, land degradation, and other environmental issues.  
Big European managers oppose more than half of corporate climate votes, research by shareholder advisory firm reveals.
Largest opposition party queries business minister after story accuses Danske of failing to hold energy companies to account.
ESG round-up: Low climate adaptation funding could cost emerging markets $370bn; Singapore central bank introduces tenure limit for company directors.
Thomas DiNapoli, sole trustee of the $233bn New York State Common Retirement Fund, talks to RI about divestment, net zero and anti-ESG backlash.
Acquisition for undisclosed sum follows minority investment in 2019; Minerva will 'continue to operate independently'.
2022 saw a flurry of investor activity when it came to nature; will 2023 see it finally become a central issue?

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