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Socially Responsible Companies in India. It’s the law.

Mugunthan Siva

This may come as a surprise, but guess which country was the first to legislate social responsibility for corporations? India! Indian companies are engaged in several projects that are meaningfully impacting the lives of India’s poor and the surrounding environment. Unfortunately, you don’t hear about this in the Australian media. Show More

Daily AGM Note, 5 May 2016

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Today's edition of the Daily AGM note is now available at this link https://subscriber.theexecutiveremunerationreporter.com.au/archives/15149 Rio Tinto's shareholders overwhelmingly voted in favour of the shareholder requisitioned resolution on climate change with more than 99% voting in favour of it across the plc and ltd AGMs. The note is updated continuously throughout... Show More

Rio Tinto 2016 AGM

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Further to my original note on Rio Tinto's 2015 results, https://subscriber.theexecutiveremunerationreporter.com.au/archives/14462 Rio Tinto has released its 2015 Annual Report and AGM materials (plc 14 April; ltd 5 May). I take a look at the remuneration outcomes in this note. https://subscriber.theexecutiveremunerationreporter.com.au/archives/14701 I had some difficulty in reconciling the narrative disclosures to... Show More

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Origin Energy 2015 AGM - shareholder requisition resolution on climate change disclosure

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Origin Energy's 2015 AGM on Wednesday 21 October 2015 includes a section 249N requisition from a small group of shareholders proposing a resolution to amend the constitution to include a requirement for annual reporting relating to emissions management, generation portfolio resilience to IEA scenarios http://www.iea.org/publications/scenariosandprojections/ as well as information on... Show More

Following up on our nine reasons why coal will continue to struggle, Peter Switzer's interview gave us a chance to delve a bit deeper into the topic

Nathan Lim

Following up on our nine reasons why coal will continue to struggle, Peter Switzer's interview gave us a chance to delve a bit deeper into the topic. Globally, the trend towards a lower emission intensive power sector is unmistakable. http://www.skynews.com.au/video/program_switzer/2014/08/18/switzer-segment-two-monday.html Show More

Business Spectator picked up our article on the five primary issues that will influence our portfolio positioning and the broader clean energy space for the...

Nathan Lim

Business Spectator picked up our article on the five primary issues that will influence our portfolio positioning and the broader clean energy space for the next 12 months. http://www.businessspectator.com.au/article/2014/3/19/energy-markets/positioning-your-ethical-energy-portfolio Show More

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