The Interfaith Centre on Corporate Responsibility’s annual event this year is an online afternoon featuring SHARE’s Shannon Rohan on a panel discussing important perspectives on the issues to consider and the tools we will need to pave the road towards a clean energy economy.
There’s a bit of a myth of this little religious community from Newfoundland and Labrador trying to stand up to two giant multinational corporations,” said Davis. “But once we became members of SHARE we were no longer a little religious community. Now you are talking about millions and millions of dollars being invested by many, many organizations that shared similar values.”
The Shareholder Association for Research and Education is teaming up with the U.S.-based Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility to send a letter to 30 companies requesting they participate in a water questionnaire from the Carbon Disclosure Project, a British organization that encourages companies to disclose environmental data and has the backing of 639 investors worldwide.
SHARE is collaborating with the US-based Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR) and its members to ask 30 North American oil and gas companies to disclose key information about their water-related risks by responding to the CDP Water Questionnaire.
Faith-based organizations from across Canada along with international guests will plan the next steps for making the most of collaboration at SHARE’s 9th Annual Responsible Investment Workshop for Religious Investors in Toronto, Canada