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Bloomberg launches Gender Equality Index to provide investors with data on companies’ gender equality policies
Author: Valentina Zarya, Fortune (USA)
"Bloomberg's New Gender Equality Index Shows Who's Investing In Women", 3 May 2016...
Oxfam publishes new report on tax avoidance practices of US corporate giants & calls on govt. to ensure firms pay fair share of taxes
Author: Michael Stothard & Kiran Stacey, Financial Times (UK)
The international accord…signed in Paris…is unlikely to change economic choices for major polluting industries in the short term, many executives say…Business has been pushing for a global carbon price to be part of the agreement in Paris, but in the...
Author: David Milstead, Globe and Mail (Canada)
…[A]n equity research report from Merrill Lynch – a report titled “A Call to Action – Climate Change Solutions Primer.”…provides the best current road map to investing in companies that will benefit as the world, presumably, comes to grips with...
Author: Elsa Wenzel, GreenBiz
Among hundreds of corporations backing COP21 climate actions, few are trekking to Paris, instead backing blockbuster commitments or coalitions to represent them…Here are some of the bulkiest groups…Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates is teaming up with...
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USA: Corporate Equality Index scores show improvement of measures taken by companies for LGBT workers
Citigroup becomes 3rd bank after Bank of America & Crédit Agricole, to reduce loans to coal companies; NGOs say loopholes remain
Author: Rainforest Action Network
“Citigroup takes a step away from banking coal”...
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