After Bubbles in Dotcoms and Housing, Here is 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.
Electric Utilities Must Reduce Their Climate Risks
As extreme weather in the U.S. proves costly for electric power utilities, investors like As You Sow demand they address their climate impact. Part of the "Why We File" series in the Guardian Sustainable Business blog.
Shareholders File First-Ever 'Carbon Bubble' Resolutions
Inside Climate News reports on our new resolution about what the carbon bubble means for with Consol Energy investors. More >
Activist Investors Gear Up for 2013 Proxy Season
The Motley Fool looks at Proxy Preview 2013 and the hot items on this year's proxy ballots.
Study Looks at Nanoparticles Used in Food
CEO Andrew Behar discusses As You Sow's newest report on nanomaterials in the food industry with The New York Times. More >
New York City Pension Fund Seeks Fracking Data from Exxon Mobil
Pension & Investments covers the 2013 fracking resolutions, filed by investors including As You Sow. More >
Changing Tide: P&G Listens to the People
As You Sow and other advocacy groups persuaded P&G to remove toxics from Tide detergent.
Starbucks Reveals $1 Reuseable Cup to Curb Trash
USA Today covers the coffee giant's newest eco effort and discusses its potential impact on consumer waste with Senior Program Director Conrad MacKerron. More >
Coal Investments, Shale Gas, a Bad Bet
DeSmogBlog explores As You Sow's latest research on the financial risks of investments in coal. More >
Make It, Take It
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. makes a compelling case for producer responsibility using As You Sow's EPR research in Corporate Responsibility Magazine. More >
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