BNP Paribas IP changes voting policy to be 'a lot more aggressive' on climate change

The asset management arm of BNP Paribas is increasingly going to use its weight as a shareholder to tackle firms that do not disclose adequately their carbon footprints and strategies for transitioning to a low-carbon economy.

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