Engagement, Research, and Policy Resources
Resources for savers
We provide resources and training to help individual pension savers better understand the investment system and their role within it, as well as the tools to reprogramme the status quo of the corporate world and investment system.
Our feature resource for savers
Mission: Pension Power
Our latest resources for savers
Pensions for the Next Generation: Communicating What Matters17 March 2018
Local Government Pension Funds – Divest From Carbon Campaign: A UNISON Guide10 January 2018
Our latest videos
Resources for investors
Our annual surveys rank big pension providers or asset managers on responsible investment. Our briefings and reports investigate how industry professionals can tackle key environmental, social, and governance problems through capital markets.
Our latest surveys & rankings
Workforce Disclosure in 2020: Trends and Insights31 March 2021
Point of No Returns Part V – Leading Practice28 February 2021
Point of No Returns Part III – Climate Change11 June 2020
Our latest investor briefings & reports
Paris-alignment methodologies for banks: reality or illusion?29 April 2021
Low wage and insecure work in the UK retail sector: An investor briefing and toolkit21 April 2021
Growth Narratives: An inquiry and provocation by charitable investors23 March 2021
Resources for policy-makers
We provide practical recommendations and guidance to policy-makers and regulators to promote responsible investment and a pension system that works in savers’ best interests in the UK and Europe.
Our latest policy briefings & resources
Civil Society Statement: Due Diligence & Corporate Accountability Legislative Report14 April 2021
The report from the European Parliament sends a strong signal on the key elements it expects in the upcoming legislation, calling for mandatory corporate due diligence and civil liability regimes, among other initiatives. However, we outline seven key areas in which the Commission can go further to ensure the upcoming legislation truly protects people and the planet.
Civil Society Statement: Recommendations for supply chain reporting requirements1 April 2021
Along with other civil society groups, ShareAction has published a statement in which it makes nine recommendations for standardisable supply chain data and indictors applicable across high-risk sectors. Our recommendations include baseline requirements for the description of supply chains, mandatory disclosure of Tier 1 suppliers, as well as sector-specific requirements.
These recommendations will provide a standardised insight into companies exposure to risks and impacts and support the disclosure of corporate human rights and environmental due diligence.
Laying the Track: The Race to Zero – The role of asset managers in filing and voting on resolutions to tackle the climate crisis10 March 2021
Our latest consultation submissions
BEIS consultation on mandatory TCFD4 May 2021
We advocate for disclosure in line with TCFD’s 11 recommendations, mandatory scenario analysis and compulsory reporting of Scope 3 emissions, to take urgent action on climate risk.
Second feedback on EU proposal for a European single access point for corporate data15 April 2021
ShareAction continues to strongly support the European Commission’s intention to present a legislative proposal to build a European single access point for corporate data. We have highlighted in this consultation response that the access point should put sustainability data on an equal footing with financial data and ensure the data is publicly available for all stakeholders.