Covid-19 brought huge disruption to this year’s AGM season, but has it also offered an opportunity to re-imagine and the rethink the future of the AGM?
New anti-obesity measures announced by the UK government take aim at unhealthy food promotions. It represents a massive shift in the way food and drink companies do business.
Covid-19 may have moved many AGMs behind closed doors, but AGM activism has never been so important. Here’s five ways we challenged companies in 2020.
130 people bought a share in Barclays and had the world watching their historic shareholder activism on climate change.
Covid-19 has laid bare the risks of insecure work – will investors & companies embrace the opportunity to build back better?
Covid-19 exposed a fragile economy built on the shoulders of low-paid, insecure work. Will companies and investors build back better?
Halting biodiversity loss is key to preventing the next pandemic – and investors must play their part
ShareAction’s Krystyna Springer examines the role of biodiversity loss in fuelling the Covid-19 crisis and why investors must act to prevent a future pandemic.
In recent years we have seen a rise in biomass being burnt to generate electricity, mostly in former coal power plants.Great right? Replacing dirty coal with wood. Unfortunately, it is not that simple.
ShareAction’s Joe Brooks examines Shell’s and BP’s pay policies in the context of climate change and the energy transition.
The Covid-19 pandemic has shone the light of the role of supermarkets in society, but their role goes way beyond keeping us fed.
As the economic fall-out of Covid-19 continues, ShareAction’s Simon Rawson examines why we need to refocus on the “S” of ESG.