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When investors flex, companies bend. Activist investor Chris Hohn is now upping the ante demanding a climate transition vote that could become the norm across the corporate world. 👀
Spanish airport group Aena becomes first worldwide to give shareholders an annual vote on its efforts to manage climate risks “investors should have the opportunity to opine on the quality of [climate] disclosures” - and now for the 1st time they can
If a company's climate policy is voted on by its shareholders, how will they vote? This could go either way.
Much better to constrain all companies equitably through governmental regulation, preferably at the supranational level.
Billionaire Chris Hohn forces first annual investor vote on climate policy via