In this week’s roundup, we explore the latest news to affect investment trends and perspectives in the climate and sustainability space.
All Shell Global Posts
Six months after becoming the chief executive at Shell, Wael Sawan quietly ended the world’s biggest corporate plan to develop carbon offsets, the environmental projects designed to counteract the warming effects of CO2 emissions.
A top economist at oil giant Shell (LON: SHEL) has cast doubt on the value of Westminster’s move to dish out scores of fresh exploration licences.
Shell has seen off a lawsuit from ClientEarth at the High Court, but the NGO has said it will appeal.
Analysts are forecasting a period of intensity scrutiny for Shell (LON: SHEL) as various “sin stocks” prepare to unveil their half-year results.
Shell (LON: SHEL) is exploring options for its global renewable power operations, including a potential stake sale to outside investors, people with knowledge of the matter said.
The head of Shell Plc’s (LON: SHEL) UK offshore wind business is leaving the company amid a shift to spend more money on the oil and gas business that drives profits.
Shell executive vice president for global renewable generation Thomas Brostrøm is leaving the company after under two years.
Analysis by CDP and the World Benchmarking has found that no member of the benchmark is expected to reduce its Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions intensity at a rate sufficient to provide a credible pathway to a 1.5°C future.
The Church Commissioners and the Church of England Pensions Board will independently divest the Church's £10.1 billion endowment and £3.5 billion pension funds from the fossil fuel industry.