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NWCRI NEWS

2016
F
ueling a Clean Transportation Future

Aug 24
Tyson Foods' Investors Question Company's ESG Record via Shareholder Resolutions for the 2017 Proxy Ballot


May 25
Investors View Solid Support for Climate Proposals at ExxonMobil/Chevron AGMs as Wake-up Call for Industry


May 12
ICCR Investors Welcome EPA Regulation of Methane Leaks


April 21
Investors Worth $3.6 Trillion Support Joint U.S. & Canadian Announcement on Limiting Methane Emissions from the Oil & Gas Industry


March 24
ExxonMobil Fails to Block Climate Justice Proposal at SEC

Feb 17
Ford Becomes Latest Major Corporation to Dump ALEC

Feb 1
ExxonMobil Seeks to Deny Shareholders Vote on Climate Justice Proposal

Dec 17
Disclosing the Facts: Transparency & Risk in Hydraulic Fracturing

Climate Change in the Northwest

Principles & Recommended Practices for Corporate Water Stewardship

Impact Investing for Climate Solutions

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We've Joined the Paris Pledge for Action

 

NWCRI has joined the Paris Pledge for Action to support the global call from investors for a credible, coherent, and unmistakable signal that the Paris Agreement will be implemented and commitments met, or even better, exceeded. We urge other groups to also call for action and sign the Paris Pledge for Action.

 

Climate Change
Data exposes climate change as one of the most significant challenges facing our planet and its people. For over 20 years NWCRI and ICCR members have engaged companies to reduce GHG emissions and accelerate investments in low-carbon solutions. Our strategies include:

energy1. Corporate Engagement

Key Asks of Companies:

2. Investments in Climate Solutions

Woman Gathering Water in TanzaniaWater
Industry, which accounts for 22% of the world’s water use, continues to grow rapidly as does industrial pollution of waterways with mountaintop removal in coal mining; hydraulic fracturing with toxic chemicals; and runoff from large scale meat processing farms.

In a world where 1.1 billion people lack access to safe drinking water, we call on companies to adopt and implement a comprehensive human right to water policy: