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Follow This is frequently making headlines. This is an overview of articles from the international media featuring our story.

How to reform the oil industry from within

How to reform the oil industry from within

Mark van Baal, founder of Follow This, explains in an interview with American magazine Mother Jones why oil companies have to change - and how shareholders can play a crucial role in that process. "Investors have to step up. The only way these companies are going to...

Chevron stops short of sharp emissions reductions despite investor rebuke

Chevron stops short of sharp emissions reductions despite investor rebuke

Months after U.S. oil and gas giant Chevron faced backlash from its own investors over its progress on climate change, CEO Mike Wirth sidestepped the term that has dogged oil and gas giants since late 2019: Scope 3. Chevron received a rebuke from its investors at its...

Big headlines following Big Oil’s 2021 AGM season

Big headlines following Big Oil’s 2021 AGM season

- INVESTOR BRIEFING -  We hope that the events of May have left you feeling as optimistic as we do about our joint fight against climate change. Many thanks to the investors who urged Big Oil to act now by engaging and voting for climate resolutions. We would like to...

Behind Shell’s strategy to get into green energy

Behind Shell’s strategy to get into green energy

New York Times - Ben van Beurden, the chief executive of Royal Dutch Shell, has been talking about the need to cut emissions since 2017. In the view of some, though, Shell has dragged its feet. The company’s clean energy investments since 2016 add up to $3.2 billion,...

The Retreat of Exxon and the Oil Majors Won’t Stop Fossil Fuel

The Retreat of Exxon and the Oil Majors Won’t Stop Fossil Fuel

Bloomberg - National oil champions are likely to fill the gap left by private-sector players—meaning emissions won't shrink as fast as the supermajors. The supermajors — a group that, in addition to Exxon and Chevron, includes BP Plc, Royal Dutch Shell Plc,...

Chevron Investors Back Follow This Climate Proposal

Chevron Investors Back Follow This Climate Proposal

Bloomberg - Chevron shareholders voted for a proposal to reduce emissions from the company’s customers, the latest sign that oil titans are coming under increasing pressure to address environmental concerns. According to a preliminary tally, 61% of investors backed...

Three More Wins Today For The Global Agenda To End Fossil Fuels

Three More Wins Today For The Global Agenda To End Fossil Fuels

Forbes - The clean energy agenda landed three heavy punches on the chin of the fossil fuels industry today. Punch #1: A Dutch court ruled that the oil giant Shell has to cut emissions on a much more aggressive timeline than they had projected. This is a big deal. A...

ExxonMobil and Chevron suffer shareholder rebellions over climate

ExxonMobil and Chevron suffer shareholder rebellions over climate

The Guardian - US oil giants ExxonMobil and Chevron have suffered shareholder rebellions from climate activists and disgruntled institutional investors over their failure to set a strategy for a low-carbon future. Exxon failed to defend its board against a coup...

Dutch court: Shell must cut emissions by 45% by 2030 in landmark case

Dutch court: Shell must cut emissions by 45% by 2030 in landmark case

CNBC — A Dutch court on Wednesday ruled oil giant Royal Dutch Shell must reduce its carbon emissions by 45% by 2030 from 2019 levels. The landmark ruling comes at a time when the world’s largest corporate emitters are under immense pressure to set short, medium and...

ExxonMobil and Chevron braced for showdown over climate

ExxonMobil and Chevron braced for showdown over climate

The Guardian - Battle billed as key test of shareholder resolve to push for more climate action from major polluters. US oil giants ExxonMobil and Chevron are braced for a shareholder showdown later on Wednesday with climate activists and disgruntled institutional...

Climate activist shareholders to target US oil giant Chevron

Climate activist shareholders to target US oil giant Chevron

The Guardian - Follow This leads investor rebellions demanding reduced carbon emissions to tackle global heating The climate activist shareholder group that has led investor rebellions at Shell and BP will next week target the US oil major Chevron, with demands to set...

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