Air, water, plants, and animals, are interconnected with society in direct and circular ways. Businesses have tremendous impact on the environment, and often have many pathways to reduce their footprint.
The Environmental Protection Agency proposed on Monday a rule that would sharply cut the use and pr…22 hours, 30 minutes
More than 300 corporate leaders will ask the Biden administration to nearly double the emission red…3 weeks, 4 days
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Today, I am directing the Division of Corporation Finance to enhance its focus on climate-related d…2 months, 1 week
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Brazilian agribusiness is rapidly destroying the Amazon rainforest. Foreign financiers have the power and responsibly to halt illegal deforestation.
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Join us in calling on Bunge and ADM's Board to vote YES on the shareholder proposal calling for stronger action to protect our planet.
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Fossil fuel companies exert a great deal of influence over climate and energy policy at the federal, state, local and international levels – yet much
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BlackRock must change is proxy voting policies to support CEO Larry Fink's public comments on climate change.
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Exxon should be more transparent about corporate lobbying expenditures designed to influence legislation and regulation
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Major fossil fuel companies have known for decades that their products—oil, natural gas, and coal—cause global warming. Their own scientists told them
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Request companies commit to science-based emissions targets.
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Every year, US receipt production consumes over 3 million trees and 9 billion gallons of water. This emits 4 billion pounds of CO2 and generates 302 m
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Tesla continues to advance the world’s transition into utilizing electric vehicles.
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Integrate sustainability metrics into company executive compensation incentive plans
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