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The 10 Financial Actors Who Stand in the Way of Slowing Climate ChangeBlog, Incentives
Who are the key financial actors that can lead the low-carbon transition in the fossil fuel industry?
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Does Tesla Deserve to Be Treated as an ESG Champion?Blog, Corporate Culture, Corporate Governance, Human Rights
If ESG investing is to fulfill its promise of encouraging better corporate behavior, it needs a better “S” framework. In January, Tesla, a company with a market capitalization of more than $1 trillion, announced “breakthrough” 2021…
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Prioritizing Social Responsibility in Companies: A coming firestorm?Blog
In a development that Andrew Ross Sorkin of The New York Times believes will cause “a firestorm” in boardrooms across the country, Larry Fink, the CEO of BlackRock has sent a letter to the chief executives of the world’s largest public companies urging them to prioritize their company’s social responsibilities.
Sorkin writes that this is likely to be a watershed moment for American companies, given BlackRock’s position as one of the largest investors in the world with more than $6 trillion under management through 401(k) plans, exchange-traded funds and mutual funds.