Shell supports investor plea for more transparent climate reporting

Shell has agreed to encourage shareholders to support a move towards better assessment and management of climate risks

Royal Dutch Shell has responded to pressure from shareholders to manage its climate impacts more transparently.

On 30 January, the oil firm's board announced that it had agreed to support a resolution by group of about 150 investors, including the Environment Agency Pension Fund, to formally assess and manage the risk of climate change.

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