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With their full shareholder power, there is still time to prevent the worst effects of climate change.

Update: Federated Hermes Drops Sponsorship of Anti-Climate Lobby Group

In September Federated Hermes confirmed it will not renew its sponsorship of SFOF. This came after pressure from climate activists and pension holders within the UK as well as high value clients such as Danish pension funds and Australian superannuation funds.

This recent backflip happened only a month after Federated Hermes released a statement downplaying the significance of their involvement with SFOF and refusing to drop the sponsorship.

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Net-Zero Asset Owner Alliance Climate Voting Report

Climate Votes publishes a new report examining the Net Zero Asset Owners Alliance (NZAOA) climate voting records and proxy voting, finding that overall, transparency is low and few members exercise their share voting rights.

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A Global Wrap Up of the 2022 Shareholder Season

Dig in to the ambitious year in climate action by shareholders in leading financial institutions...

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What We’re
Calling For

Institutional investors and asset managers hold shares in virtually every publicly listed company in the world, including oil and gas majors, coal producers, banks, and companies driving deforestation. To ensure assets are managed responsibly and in line with a pathway that will preserve a livable planet for all of us, we’re asking investors to support the transition to a decarbonized economy by:


Implementing assertive, time-bound engagement policies


Voting for shareholder climate resolutions, and against climate-incompetent directors


Exiting fossil fuel companies and other climate-destructive corporations that can’t or won’t transition

Our Feed

The scandal surrounding Federated Hermes’ sponsorship of anti-climate group State Financial Officers Foundation (SFOF) is one piece of the corporate greenwash puzzle.

@Fidelity must take action & cut ties with SFOF, or face reputational risk, as Federated Hermes did.


.@BlackRock CEO Larry Fink's vision to extend the use of coal & gas to tackle the energy & economic crises is Europe is not only irresponsible — it's high risk for both investors & the climate. 🛢

Read @ReclaimFinance's response to Larry Fink below. ⬇️

📣 After Larry Fink's misguided comments on the 🇪🇺 energy crisis in @LesEchos, Reclaim Finance calls on @BlackRock's EU clients to take action.

New LNG import capacity and more coal is certainly not a sustainable solution! 💣

Our full reaction ⬇️

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