As many as 1,485 institutional investors, representing a massive $39.2 trillion of assets under management, have so far committed to at least some form of divestment from fossil fuels, DivestInvest, a global network of individuals and organizations, said in a new report. Since the...
Data from the just published Net Zero Tracker has been added to the ESG perspectives in almost 1000 Controversial Company Reports in the Xklude database. The Net Zero Tracker aims to increase transparency and accountability of net zero targets pledged by nations, states and...
Marfrig Global Foods (BVMF:MRFG3)
Total Energies (XNYS:TOT)
Leaked documents reveal the fossil fuel and meat producing countries lobbying against climate action
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COP26, Australia, Saudi Arabia and OPEC
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Equinor (OTCM:STOHF) CONOCOPHILLIPS (XNYS:COP)
From 2016 to 2020, commercial banks have channeled more than $314 bn to the leading companies developing new oil and gas projects in the Arctic. More than a third (222 out of 599) of these fields are already under production, representing more than 4...
Xklude Research updated the stock portfolio of the PKA. XBETA-ESG The update reveals that PKA´ XBETA-ESG shows value average at 1,56 (ALL INVESTOR AVG=1,61) – meaning that PKA is an average investor in terms of to average portfolio stock volatility, when fundamental Controversial Issues...
Industry focus: Banking Services
Between 2011 and 2018, 35 American universities and colleges divested, either partially or completely, their endowments from fossil-fuel holdings, marking a shift toward sustainability in university endowment investment. Results from analyses of the effect of full and partial divestment suggest that either form of...
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The benefits of the post-9/11 surge in Pentagon spending have been distributed in a highly concentrated fashion. More than one-third of all contracts now go to just five major weapons companies — Lockheed Martin, Boeing, General Dynamics, Raytheon, and Northrop Grumman.