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Proposals to Address Fugitive Methane Receive Strong Shareowner Support

A series of strong shareholder votes have sent a clear message that natural gas companies must do much more to address fugitive methane leakage and management.  Shareholder proposals asking Houston-based Spectra Energy $SE, Tulsa-based Oneok $OKE, and Fort Worth-based Range Resources $RRC to issue reports on how they are managing high-climate-change-impact methane emissions have received favorable votes from company shareholders:  35.4%, 38.2%, and 21.7% respectively.  These are the first proposals directly addressing how leaking methane affects the environmental profile of natural gas, calling on companies to disclose leakage rates and mitigation strategies. Continue Reading →

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Opportunity for Comment: Sustainability Listing Standards Proposed for Global Stock Exchanges

Yesterday, a group of investors announced a Consultation Paper with recommendations for integrating sustainability disclosure requirements into listing rules for U.S. and global stock exchanges.

The draft recommendations were developed by nearly a dozen investors who are part of the Ceres-led Investor Network on Climate Risk (INCR). BlackRock, British Columbia Investment Management Corporation, and the AFL-CIO Office of Investment are among those who participated on the INCR Listing Standards Drafting Committee. Continue Reading →

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