Consumers, employees and shareholders are increasingly asking corporations to reflect the diversity of the communities in which they live and want to know what organizations are doing to advance social and racial justice. What makes for a good disclosure?Corporate Compliance Insights, Dec. 18, 2023

51% of US workers say they would consider quitting their jobs if the company’s environmental actions don’t align with theirs, according to the new 2023 Net Positive Employee Barometer survey, while 35% say they have done so already.  Now, companies need to “get on board” or deal with “climate-quitting,” experts say. – CNBC, Jan. 5, 2024

“At a time when some organizations, feeling the politicized ripple effects of affirmative action’s repeal, are at risk of abandoning the objectives of D.E.I., our experiences suggest that to do so is bad for individuals, organizations and American society writ large,” Harvard Business School professors write. – New York Times, Jan. 21, 2024

Newly-discovered Shell documents dating back decades could help strengthen lawsuits aiming to hold the oil major to account for climate damages, climate attorneys say. – DeSmog, Jan. 17, 2024

A group of 27 investors that own around 5% of Shell’s shares has co-filed an independent resolution urging the energy company to set tighter climate targets, the biggest such drive to date. – Reuters, Jan. 15, 2024

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