Exxon Mobil shareholders successfully demand climate policy accountability | Public Radio International

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Even as the US pulls back from leadership on climate change, corporate shareholders are beginning to demand more information from large companies about their plans for a low-carbon future.

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@NorbertBol on Twitter
@NorbertBol: #Exxon’s three largest holders – Black Rock, Vanguard, and State Street – voted in favor of #climaterisk disclosure bit.ly/2sxVdvK

@MindyLubber on Twitter
@MindyLubber: #Exxon’s three largest holders – Black Rock, Vanguard, and State Street – voted in favor of #climaterisk disclosure bit.ly/2sxVdvK

@CeresNews on Twitter
@CeresNews: The biggest investors in the world are demanding #climaterisk disclosure from #oilandgas companies. @CeresNews bit.ly/2sxVdvK

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@CeresNews: Ceres expert Andre Logan on "historic" push for #climaterisk disclosure at #Exxon and other #oilandgas companies. http://ift.tt/2k5rQvU;

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