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ExxonMobil Agrees to Report on Carbon Asset Risk and Climate Change

Pressure from activist shareholders is behind what could be considered a landmark agreement from a major energy company, as ExxonMobil is said to have agreed to publish a Carbon Asset Risk report, which will give investors better information on how the company is planning for a lower-carbon future.

[repostus]As You Sow Reaps Exxon Mobil Carbon Risk Disclosure…Maybe (via Clean Technica)

The shareholder activist group As You Sow has scored a landmark, first-of-its kind carbon risk disclosure agreement from none other than Exxon Mobil, which under its previous incarnation as Exxon was notorious for directly funding the climate change…

Written by Derek Markham

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