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John Quakes May 31
power benefits becoming obvious🌞⚛️ "No wonder 30 nations collectively use more than 450 nuclear power plants to produce 11 per cent of the world’s electricity"🔌⚡️ 🌊
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new climate capitalism Jun 1
The COVID-19 crisis has been good for invesments in the short-term, but what about the long game for decarbonization? Tune in to the latest episode of the 🎙️with to find out.
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Beyond Investing 57m
highlights the vulnerability of animal production systems. Email events@fairr.org to get access to 's discussion at 9am EST tomorrow on the material risks & opportunities involved in intensive livestock production and how investors can take action.
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Colin Baines 9h
“How can any asset manager claim to support the Paris climate agreement and be engaging high risk sectors like oil and gas to align, and then vote against what they are engaging for?” 1.0 for beginners
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ESG-Excellence Jun 1
USS members see milestone as scheme divests from tobacco, coal, and weapons...
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Nancy Levine 🌊 May 26
Replying to @jack
and Twitter aren't going to budge on Trump's tweets unless investors threaten to . Tomorrow is the Annual Meeting of Shareholders. Investors: Tell Twitter Board of Directors to take action on Trump's violative tweets.
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Vince Vickers Jun 1
For insight on the role of in the communication and interpretation of data and disclosure to the investor community, recently interviewed three members of the National Investor Relations Institute. Read the article here.
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Marcelo Rocha Lu Jun 1
Sustainability drives innovation and business growth - Impact Measurement and New Accounting Principles key to making real shift and impact. Put numbers where numbers are due - society and environment
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Terry Heymann Jun 1
is well worth a read (and not just because they kindly interviewed me about how gold mining companies continue to pro-actively address ):
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Gabriel España May 31
leaders outperformed both the broader market and ESG laggards during the COVID-19 selloff. ESG leaders are better at mitigating serious environmental, social, and governance risks. , welcome to the new-normal.
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ADEC Innovations 6h
What is a action plan? What role does play in helping manage risk and financing? Learn more by watching last week's webinar at
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Filippo Veglio Jun 1
Responsible Business Initiative would make businesses in Switzerland🇨🇭liable for abuses of human & environmental rights anywhere in their global supply chains Polling: 78% supportive of enforcing the new requirements on big business
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NNInvestmentPartners May 29
We are proud to announce that we have launched an ESG-integrated China-A Share Equities fund, together with our strategic partner . Read more:
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Aglagw_Blog Jun 1
Former Unilever CEO brands one of the most unethical and polluting companies in Europe
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Thomas R Davies CFS® May 31
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PBAdvisory 14h
So what impact with these 'criteria' have on future performance? Does even care?
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Ann Tartre Jun 1
How has your company dealt with the "S" in through this crisis? Some companies are turning toward philanthropy or shifting the products they create (i.e. producing PPE), others are turning inward and looking at how they treat their employees.
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Proxy Insight Jun 1
Support for climate proposals up this year despite pandemic - With Proxy Insight data!
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Virginie O'Shea Jun 1
Interesting academic study into funds and the high level of greenwashing going on out there. We definitely need to improve our assessment of impact as well as ESG data.
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Webuild Jun 1
. ranking: 'A' score received by our Group places among best companies in the sector. Mainly related to greater attention placed on and of BoD and progress on & at work ➡️
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