Investors Persuade Big-Box Retailers and Shopping Mall Giant to Disclose Energy Efficiency and Climate-Related Performance [USA]

Author: CERES, in CSRwire, Published on: 3 March 2006

In response to shareholder requests [filed by Nathan Cummings Foundation and religious investment funds that are part of Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility], two leading big-box retailers and the nation’s largest shopping mall company have agreed to significantly expand reporting and disclosure on energy efficiency performance, with the two big-box retailers also agreeing to discuss greenhouse gas emissions. Investors persuaded The Home Depot...Lowe’s...and the Simon Property disclose their strategies and performance on energy efficiency and climate-related topics. [also refers to Liberty Property Trust, Centex, Standard Pacific, Bed Bath and Beyond, Whole Foods, ExxonMobil]

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Related companies: Bed Bath & Beyond Centex ExxonMobil Home Depot Lowe's Simon Property Standard Pacific (now CalAtlantic Group) Whole Foods Market (part of Amazon)