Investor Group Demands Fossil Fuel Companies Disclose Carbon Asset Risk
Reuters covers As You Sow and coalition partners' shareholder resolutions on carbon asset risk, filed at 10 energy companies.
Shareholders Protest Fracking Risks
As You Sow and coalition partners' shareholder resolutions on fracking, filed at five oil and gas companies, are featured in Financial Advisor Magazine.
Why Investors Should Focus On 'Non-Financial Issues'
Forbes speaks to Amelia Timbers, As You Sow Energy Program Manager, about FirstEnergy and the broader context of ESG trends.
Under Investor Pressure, Utility to Study Emissions
The New York Times covers FirstEnergy's agreement to work toward reducing carbon emissions after engaging with As You Sow in partnership with New York State and Connecticut pension funds.
Material Insights: The Top Materials Stories of 2013
Plastics News names McDonald's decision to phase out polystyrene foam from hot beverage cups one of the top three materials stories of 2013.
Students Escalate Divestment Campaign After Universities Refuse to Sell Fossil Fuel Stocks
Ecowatch talks to students around the country working with their universities to divest from fossil fuels.
Lax Disclosure in Fracking Industry One of the Problems Keeping Investors at Bay
Investment News discusses the findings of our new Disclosing the Facts report.
On Campuses, a Fossil-Fuel Divestment Movement
As You Sow founder Tom Van Dyck speaks to the Washington Post about the student divestment movement sweeping campuses across the country.
Exxon, BP Among Explorers Urged to Disclose More Fracking Data
Bloomberg talks to As You Sow President Danielle Fugere about our new fracking report.
Cleantech Sector Finding Economic Footing, Says New Report
HazMat Management covers our new Cleantech Redefined report.
Greens ask U.S. Biotech Firms to Sit Out Food-Labeling Vote
Chicago Tribune reports on our shareholder filings with Monsanto and other companies funding anti-GMO labeling efforts.
Investors Call For Food Companies to Stay out of Washington State GMO Battle
Companies that gave $46 million to stop California GMO labeling risk negative brand reputation if they fund effort to stop I-522 initiative for transparent labeling of food. More >
McDonald's Will Ditch Polystyrene for Paper Coffee Cups
GreenBiz.com writes about McDonald's decision to phase out polystyrene cups. More >
Investors Ask General Mills to Step Up Packaging Responsibility
Shareholders will vote on a resolution asking for assessment of post-consumer waste strategies at the annual company meeting. More >
Amid Criticism, Dunkin Moves to Replace Foam Cups
The Boston Globe talks to Senior Vice President Conrad MacKerron about Dunkin' Donuts' new paper cups. More>
Dunkin' Donuts Moves to More Sustainable Coffee Cups
Conrad MacKerron, Senior Vice President, weighs in on Dunkin's new cup recycling initiatives. More >
Chevron, Exxon investors sustain calls for fracking disclosure
Chicago Tribune covers the votes at ExxonMobil and Chevron on the risks of fracking. 30% of investors backed calls for more disclosure. More >
After Bubbles in Dotcoms and Housing, Here's the Carbon Bubble
The Wall Street Journal explores the pending carbon bubble and the first investor vote, called by As You Sow, on its risks to energy company value. More >
As You Sow Urges Governor to Prioritize Citizen's Health by Strengthening Prop 65
In response to Governor Jerry Brown's proposed updates to California's environmental and consumer protection law Proposition 65, As You Sow, a longtime enforcer of the law, encourages keeping Prop 65 strong. More >
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