News: A New Divestment Focus on Campus

A recent article about divestment discusses some administrative points of view:

A New Divestment Focus on Campus: Fossil Fuels

“Ms. Wood said the proxy process had produced gains over the last decade in shareholder voting rights and the election of directors. For example, she said there was a big victory this year when shareholders successfully urged Continental Resources, an Oklahoma oil and gas company, to curb its gas emissions in North Dakota. But she acknowledged that getting the oil giants to respond to proxy proposals on greenhouse gas limits would be more difficult.”

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