• Despite significant opposition from Big Agriculture and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the SEC released its long-awaited new climate risk disclosure rule in March. The rule has been acknowledged as a critical but minimal first step to protect investors from increasing climate-related financial risks. Since its release, wealthy special interests have filed lawsuits in an attempt to stop the implementation of the ruleUnlocking America’s Future, March, 21, 2024
  • New polling finds strong support from likely voters across parties for the Securities and Exchange Commission’s rule on climate risk disclosures. – Data for Progress, Feb. 2, 2024
  • New polling data shows Americans overwhelmingly oppose bans on responsible investing (ESG), reporting serious concerns of their harms on workers and the economy. The survey revealed a majority of voters are worried “supporters of ESG bans do not care about the well-being of the middle class or American workers.”  – Unlocking America’s Future, Feb. 22, 2024
  • Investors voiced serious concern following ExxonMobil’s lawsuit against two shareholders, saying shareholders must “be able to escalate legitimate areas of concern, without fear of retaliation, and allow other shareholders the opportunity to support, or not”. – IPE, Jan. 26, 2024
  • How investors can get ahead of Wall Street’s attempts to silence and intimidate shareholders who care about climate and inequality– Oxfam America, March 11, 2024 
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