Investors that manage US$47tn demand world’s biggest polluters back plan for net-zero emissions

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Media Type: Article - Recent

Date of Publication: September 14

Year of Publication: 2020

Publication City: London, UK

Publisher: Guardian News & Media Limited

Author(s): Adam Morton,

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Climate Action 100+ group put 161 fossil fuel, mining, transport and other big-emitting companies on notice in latest campaign by shareholders.

A group representing investors that collectively manage more than US$47tn in assets has demanded the world’s biggest corporate polluters back strategies to reach net-zero emissions and promised to hold them to public account.

Climate Action 100+, an initiative supported by 518 institutional investor organisations across the globe, has written to 161 fossil fuel, mining, transport and other big-emitting companies to set 30 climate measures and targets against which they will be analysed in a report to be released early next year.

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