Company AGMs were too often poorly attended, inaccessible and at times unproductive. We’ve developed a bold vision for the future of the AGM.
ShareAction has joined 15 institutional and over 100 individual shareholders in filing a climate change resolution at HSBC.
2020 disrupted the lives of everyone – and threw human rights into the spotlight. But the growing focus has not translated into action.
While the IFRS’s intention to increase the quality, quantity and comparability of corporate sustainability reporting is laudable, we see a need to proceed with caution.
New report from World Benchmarking Alliance shows the food industry is failing when it comes to improving nurtition. This should worry investors.
Covid-19 has put ever more focus on responsible investment and ESG. But as it hits the mainstream corporate transparency will be key.
Corporate disclosure on improving health and nutrition is vital. Yet, the sector is falling behind, according to the Food Foundation’s Plating Up Progress report.
We’re proposing a new Responsible Investment Bill to make sure our investment system helps to fix, rather than aggravate, the social and environmental problems we face. Here’s why it matters!
BMO Global Asset Management’s Rosa van den Beemt examines the case for building greater diversity – and the role transparency will play.
Covid-19 exposed the UK’s reliance on low-paid labour. Brunel Pensions Partnership’s Helen Price argues now is the time for investors to act on fair pay.
The Covid-19 pandemic has shone the light of the role of supermarkets in society, but their role goes way beyond keeping us fed.
Investors urged to look beyond the glib optimism of the Levitt report and hold Boohoo execs properly to account
ShareAction wrote to major investors in the controversial fast fashion retailer Boohoo, as its share price rose following the publication of the Levitt enquiry report.