BP Faces Climate Change Resolutions

BP Faces Climate Change Resolutions

BP is facing two shareholder resolutions on climate change today. Shareholders will vote on a proposal that requires it to report how its strategy is aligned with the goals of the Paris Climate Accord. A second, more controversial, resolution seek...
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