CSB Director, Tensie Whelan was featured in the NY Times article, "Big Setbacks Propel Oil Giants Toward a ‘Tipping Point’," highlighting how a mix of environmentalists, pension fund managers, and other stakeholders are increasingly putting pressure on major energy companies like Shell and Exxon to diversify away from oil and gas.
Whelan notes that is is a pivotal time for corporate boards to be held accountable as the environmental, social, and financial risks of climate change are becoming more apparent.
Excerpt: “Shareholders are deeply concerned about the financial risks posed by climate change and increasingly willing to hold the board to account."
CSB Featured in NY Times: Corporate Boards are Being Held Accountable for ESG
Thursday, June 3, 2021