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  • CA100+ companies 'not walking the talk on climate', says AI-driven analysis

    19 June 2024

    High-emitting companies targeted by investor engagement are failing to evidence the climate action promised by their public targets, an artificial intelligence (AI)-based analysis of their transition planning has found.

  • Asset owners give backing to Climate Action 100+

    30 May 2024

    A group of 44 asset owners representing over $4 trillion in assets have written in support of Climate Action 100+, the investor-led initiative putting pressure on the world's largest corporate greenhouse gas emitters.

  • Oil and gas giants' climate opacity keeps investors in the dark, CA100+ assessments show

    27 March 2024

    The poor quality of climate disclosures by the 10 largest oil and gas companies globally is keeping investors in the dark and hindering their engagement efforts, analysis for the Climate Action 100+ initiative suggests.

  • People Moves, 23 November: Invesco, ImpactA Global, RIAA ... and more

    24 November 2023
  • CA100+ adds six investor members to Global Steering Committee

    22 November 2023

    Climate Action 100+ (CA100+), the world's biggest collaborative engagement initiative, has named six new investor members to join its Global Steering Committee.

  • More Just Transition strategies needed, says Climate Action 100+

    18 October 2023
  • Australian companies lagging in net-zero targets, says Climate Action 100+

    28 September 2023

    Australian companies are "lagging in their climate ambition", according to assessments by Climate Action 100+ (CA100+).

  • CA100+ second phase targets greater transparency following criticism

    08 June 2023

    The landmark Climate Action 100+ (CA100+) initiative to pressure high-emitting companies to take climate action has announced a spate of reforms targeted at increasing transparency and driving more tangible outcomes.

  • Climate inconsistency in financial reports could be 'greenwashing'

    06 October 2022

    The inconsistent handling of climate-related factors in the financial statements of highly carbon-exposed companies could be evidence of 'greenwashing,' according to Carbon Tracker.

  • No company satisfies all CA100+ 'just transition' criteria

    17 June 2022