Is 'forceful stewardship' the new watchword in ethical investment?

Madeleine Cuff
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Is 'forceful stewardship' the new watchword in ethical investment?

Oxbridge academics back campaign for the two universities to develop a "morally sound" investment strategy, as activist shareholders ramp up climate risk campaign against mining giants Anglo American and Rio Tinto

Laudato Si, the Pope's encyclical on climate change published last year, called on the global Catholic community to adopt an attitude of environmental stewardship to protect our "common home" for future...

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