At the SHARE Investor Summit 2020, join investment decision-makers and leaders from pension funds, foundations, Indigenous communities, trade unions, faith-based groups, universities, civil society, and investment management firms to find common ground and ways of working together to build a sustainable, inclusive and productive economy.
Even as some energy sector leaders publicly endorsed the Paris Agreement, they engaged in intensive direct lobbying and financed trade associations, think tanks or political campaigns that hindered development of effective climate regulations. The misalignment between corporate rhetoric and political advocacy also constitutes a material risk for investors.
At the SHARE Investor Summit 2020 join pension funds, Indigenous trusts, foundations, endowments and others to forge responsible investor alliances for a sustainable, inclusive and productive economy.
Coast Funds – Coast Funds is working to align our investment strategies with our values, including recent work to conduct a proxy voting audit. Responsible investment has emerged as one of the many paths organizations can take to advance reconciliation. That includes a proxy voting audit, with the help of SHARE, that helped us develop our own proxy voting guidelines.
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