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Under Rising Pressure on Climate, JPMorgan Rejects Shareholder Calls to Disclose Full Carbon Footprint

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Read time: 11 minsThis article has been published in collaboration with Platform Authentieke Journalistiek as part of the Shell Papers project, and should be credited...

Here’s How Shareholders Are Pressuring Oil Companies to Act on Climate Change

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Comment: Airline Bailouts Must Include Tough Emissions Goals

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Fossil Fuel Firms Linked to Trump Get Millions in Coronavirus Small Business Aid

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National Portrait Gallery Drops BP Judge After Prolonged Protest

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