Exxon shareholders defy management and vote in favour of annual climate assessments

Madeleine Cuff
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Exxon shareholders defy management and vote in favour of annual climate assessments

Oil giant defeated in major shareholder vote, with 62 per cent backing resolution requiring annual climate risk assessments

Climate campaigners scored a major win yesterday after a coalition of ExxonMobil shareholders pulled together to approve a resolution mandating the oil giant to publish annual climate risk assessments....

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