CA100+ investor welcomes BP's 'triple' net-zero target
The investor leading engagement with oil and gas giant BP has cautiously welcomed the company's plans to reduce to 'net zero' the greenhouse gas emissions from sales of its products, as well as its operations and production.
European oil majors climate pledge disappointment continues
Despite progress from European oil majors in strengthening their climate ambitions, analysis by the Transition Pathway Initiative (TPI) concluded that none are yet on the path to net-zero emissions.
Time is ripe for US asset managers to engage oil majors
Domestic asset managers have been largely absent from climate engagement with US oil majors, but the Church Commissioners for England tells Ahren Lester that this could finally be changing.
BP leaves trade associations over differences in climate policy
Oil and gas giant BP is to leave three trade associations due to differences on policy positions regarding carbon pricing and the federal regulation of methane, in a victory for investors.
BP 'raises questions' with pledge to be 'net zero' by 2050
The new CEO of oil and gas giant BP has released, to great fanfare, a pledge to make the company net zero by 2050 - but NGOs dismissed it as "cynical" and one investor said it "raises a number of questions".