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  • 28/03/2019
    EOS
    Bruce Duguid
    Investors can play a powerful role in tackling global challenges such as climate change or human rights issues by engaging with companies. But how can we ensure our efforts have the maximum impact?
  • Nicholas Spooner
    Just over one year on from the launch of Climate Action 100+ at the One Planet Summit in Paris, what have investors achieved?
  • Bruce Duguid
    BP is one of the world’s six oil and gas ‘supermajors’, operating in 72 countries. It is a vertically integrated business operating across exploration and production; refining; distribution and marketing; petrochemicals; power generation; and trading. It is also active in the area of renewable energy in particular biofuels production, wind farms and a new solar joint venture, as well as early stage investments in advanced mobility; bio-products; energy storage; and carbon capture and storage.
  • Bruce Duguid
    BP is one of the world’s six oil and gas ‘supermajors’, operating in 72 countries. It is a vertically integrated business operating across exploration and production; refining; distribution and marketing; petrochemicals; power generation; and trading. It is also active in the area of renewable energy in particular biofuels production, wind farms and a new solar joint venture, as well as early stage investments in advanced mobility; bio-products; energy storage; and carbon capture and storage.
  • Bruce Duguid
    United Utilities is the second largest of 10 water and waste service companies in the UK, serving a population of approximately seven million people in the North West of England.
  • Bruce Duguid
    National Grid is one of the world’s largest publicly listed utilities. It focuses on the transmission and distribution of electricity and gas in the UK and the US.
  • 21/09/2016
    Environment
    Bruce Duguid
    Over the last couple of years, we have seen real progress in our engagement with companies on climate change. The shareholder resolutions put together by the Aiming for A investor coalition, which now cover seven companies in the extractives industry, are helping to define a new industry standard for reporting on climate change. Meanwhile, with the 2015 Paris Agreement, global leaders have finally got their act together on climate change policy.  The agreement sets out the ambition to limit the increase in global temperature as a result of climate change to at least 2°C and a framework for ratcheting up national policy over the coming years.