“Finance thinks narrowly, business thinks narrowly, governments think, too often, narrowly – and the result is a tragedy for all.”
- Extreme weather means more litigation risk for business and government
- Investors haul mining giant BHP overcoals over “climate hypocrisy” at AGM
Membership fees to policy-obstructive lobby groups betray investor confidence, say lawyers.
The Financial Reporting Council’s failure to enforce climate risk corporate reporting laws has serious implications for investors.
A new legal report seeks to correct company directors who think following climate risk reporting guidelines is riskier than silence.
Another lawsuit against ‘Big Oil’ for the effects of climate change has been filed in California. The cities of San Francisco and Oakland, on behalf of the people of California are suing BP, Chevron, ExxonMobil, ConocoPhillips and Royal Dutch Shell over the company’s contribution to current and projected impacts from sea level rise in California