Shareholders push more US utilities to disclose carbon

Author: Environmental Finance, Published on: 23 February 2006

Four US utilities have bowed to shareholder pressure and agreed to disclose their carbon dioxide emissions, as well as their potential liability to future regulation. Great Plains Energy in Missouri, and three utilities based in Wisconsin - Alliant Energy, WPS Resources and MGE Energy – faced shareholder resolutions... Shareholder resolutions are still pending with...Dominion Resources and Peabody Energy... [also refers to climate change resolutions filed with General Motors, ExxonMobil, Wachovia, Wells Fargo, Chubb, Marsh & McLennan]

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Related companies: Alliant Energy Chubb Group Dominion Resources ExxonMobil General Motors Great Plains Energy Marsh & McLennan MGE Energy Peabody Energy Wachovia (part of Wells Fargo) Wells Fargo WPS Resources