Ethical investment related articles

  1. The Church Commissioners for England, as the Church of England's endowment fund has asked the BP board at its Annual General Meeting to say whether it plans to achieve net-zero emissions between 2050-2070.

  2. The Church Commissioners for England, which manages the Church of England’s endowment fund, delivered a 4.1% return in 2023, marking the fifteenth year of positive returns, with the fund valued at £10.4bn at the end of 2023.

  3. The Church Commissioners for England have announced their support for an activist investor campaign targeting ExxonMobil.

  4. The Church Commissioners, which manages the Church of England’s £10bn endowment fund, will vote against all directors at the upcoming AGMs of Exxon, Occidental Petroleum, Shell, and Total, in response to their failure to meet climate change objectives.

  5. The Church Investors Group (CIG or the Group), representing 70 members and £21bn in assets, has this week written to the leaders of FTSE 350 companies to inform them that it will be enhancing its scrutiny of corporates ESG aspects this AGM season.

  6. The Church of England Pensions Board has asked questions at the BP Annual General Meeting about corporate lobbying on climate change and the Transition Pathway Initiative (TPI).

  7. The Church of England Pensions Board addressed the Royal Dutch Shell AGM in the Netherlands on Tuesday 21 May 2019 and urged them to go further in their commitments to address climate change to meet their Paris Agreement targets.

  8. Church of England Pensions Board votes against Shell directors.