Group of ExxonMobil Shareholders want more transparency on climate risk

A group of shareholders in ExxonMobil reportedly urged the oil giant to detail the resilience of its business model to climate change, a month after the Paris agreement set the world on course to transform its fossil fuel-driven economy.
The coalition of investors represents nearly $300 billion in assets under management.
The group includes New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli, the Church of England, the Vermont State Employees’ Retirement System and the University of California Retirement Plan according to news reports.
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