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Recent news from Follow This, including the latest investors briefings.

Shell seeking to move headquarters to the UK is no surprise

Shell seeking to move headquarters to the UK is no surprise

Response of Follow This Shell wants to move over to one kind of share on the London stock market. This is no surprise; Shell has already wanted a simpler structure with only one kind of share since Shell had to deal with the reserves scandal of 2004. Shell...

TotalEnergies leaves the Paris Accord to be met by others

TotalEnergies leaves the Paris Accord to be met by others

Green shareholders response to TotalEnergies’ Investor Day TotalEnergies’ emission reduction targets for 2030* fall short of Paris-alignment. It is not up to TotalEnergies to reduce emissions to levels needed for a 1.5-degree pathway, but up to governments and...

61% of Chevron shareholders support Follow This climate resolution

61% of Chevron shareholders support Follow This climate resolution

- PRESS RELEASE -  Activist group Follow This wins third consecutive Big Oil ballot in US Global investors demand urgent emissions reductions Follow This wins third majority in US for first emission reductions proposals since Paris Accord In Europe, support for all...

Analysis of Chevron’s climate strategy ahead of the 2021 AGM

Analysis of Chevron’s climate strategy ahead of the 2021 AGM

Global warming must be limited to 1.5°C to avoid the worst consequences of climate change. That means that net global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions should be zero in 2050. This does not only impose a responsibility on corporations but also provides energy companies...

Analysis of Equinor’s 2021 climate plan

Analysis of Equinor’s 2021 climate plan

Net zero is an ambitious target that can only be achieved by ambitious actions. Equinor’s current operations and policies do not reflect a shift from business-as-usual practices. The only way to reach the long-term target is to set science-based interim targets...

Analysis of BP’s 2021 climate plan

Analysis of BP’s 2021 climate plan

BP’s climate plans are not yet compatible with the Paris Agreement. The reason BP and Follow This didn’t agree to a joint resolution, as both parties intended in 2020, was that BP wanted a resolution that supports its current climate aims, while Follow This maintained...

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