Last week, SHARE watched the escalating violence against Mi’kmaq fishers and as we examined the relevant fishery and market dynamics further, we found opportunities for companies, and investors, to uphold treaty rights – and their own commitments to reconciliation.
New research explores the legal concept of fiduciary duty through Indigenous legal perspectives. The paper concludes that Indigenous laws can help decision-makers align their investments with their community values.
In response to the US Securities Exchange Commission finalizing its proposed changes to the rules today governing the submission of shareholder proposals, Kevin Thomas, CEO of SHARE, made a number of comments.
Finance et Investissement –Le Groupe Investissement Reponsable Inc. (GIR) et l’organisation SHARE (Shareholder Association for Research & Education) s’associent pour créer le nouveau GIR, une coentreprise visant à devenir le seul fournisseur canadien de services de vote par procuration pour les investisseurs institutionnels.
The latest research from SHARE finds Canadian oil and gas companies are continuing to lobby for weaker climate regulations in the interest of short-term profits, while providing inadequate disclosure to investors.
SHARE set out to benchmark Canadian firms’ disclosure on climate lobbying, including that done by trade associations like CAPP. Our goals were to gather relevant information for investors about the current state of play, best practices, and to identify areas of concern for future engagements with those same firms.