Say on climate a "milestone moment" for ASX companiesBY RACHEL ALEMBAKIS | THURSDAY, 25 MAR 2021 6:02PM
Four ASX listed companies thus far have committed to putting their climate strategy plans to shareholders to a vote at their 2022 AGMs, the first companies in the world to do so.Read more: Rio Tinto, Climate Action 100+, Santos, ACCR, Dan Gocher, Iris Davila, Laura Hillis, Woodside Energy, BlackRock Australia, ISS Australia, Vas Kolesnikoff, Australasian Centre for Corporate Responsibility, Investor Group on Climate Change
Australian Ethical and independent MP Zali Steggall issued a call to super fund members to look upon their super fund choice as a tool to address climate change.
Crescent Wealth have announced a number of director changes as the head of one of Australia's largest privately owned companies takes a material shareholding in the company.
A group of investors including QIC, the Future Fund, and AGL have completed the acquisition of Tilt Renewables.
Independent investment consultancy bfinance has launched a new ESG advisory unit and named an ESG and responsible investment director.
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