NEWS / The Church of England Pensions Board, together with investors with assets totalling nearly £50bn, has filed a shareholder resolution at Rio Tinto calling on the company to review and fully disclose its relationships with industry bodies.
NEWS / The asset owner backed Transition Pathway Initiative (TPI) supported by funds with over £5/$6.9 trillion in assets under management today released its assessments of how 20 of the world’s largest publicly-listed automobile manufacturers, and 19 of the world’s largest publicly-listed paper companies are preparing for the transition to a low carbon economy.
NEWS / The Church Investors Group has told FTSE 350 companies, ahead of this year’s AGM season, that it will take a harder line where reform in three key areas is deemed to be too slow. CIG will encourage other shareholders to hold directors to account and refuse to re-elect directors where the company is out of line with best practice.
Success for shareholders as ExxonMobil confirms implementation of resolution on climate change disclosure
NEWS / ExxonMobil shareholders have been informed by the Board of the company’s commitment to implement the recent shareholder resolution on climate change disclosure passed earlier this year.
NEWS / The Church of England's National Investing Bodies (NIBs) - the Church Commissioners, Church of England Pensions Board, and CBF Church of England Funds (managed by CCLA) - today announced the launch of a new policy on investing in extractive industries.
NEWS / Gareth Mostyn has been appointed as Chief Finance and Operations Officer for the National Church Institutions (NCIs) of the Church of England.
NEWS / New research by the Transition Pathway Initiative (TPI) on the cement and steel sectors shows that few of the largest companies in these sectors are well prepared for the transition to a low-carbon economy.
New research shows specialist coal mining companies falling short in their ability to manage carbon emissions
NEWS / Many of the world's leading coal mining companies are failing to manage effectively the business risks arising from climate change, according to a new report from the Transition Pathway Initiative (TPI).
NEWS / Loretta Minghella, the Chief Executive of Christian Aid, is to be the next First Church Estates Commissioner, Downing Street announced today.
NEWS / The Church of England has announced plans to trial "tap and go" contactless payment systems for donations.