- Blackrock joins the Climate Action 100+ Coalition </br>to encourage companies to reduce their emissions
Blackrock joins the Climate Action 100+ Coalition to encourage companies to reduce their emissions
01/15/2020 Since 2 years
The world’s largest asset manager to participate in the Climate Action 100+ investor coalition has joined the approximately 370 global investors who are already participating in a dialogue with companies that emit the most greenhouse gases.
BlackRock’s membership in the investor coalition will, therefore, require it to fundamentally change its shareholder engagement practices.
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