Shell’s Board Sued by Institutional Investors Over Lack of Climate Ambition

The Paris agreement is an intergovernmental accord that produces a number of iffy legal obligations between countries, not for companies or individuals. Those rules must be made internally by the states bound by the accord. So, as long as the UK does not create obligations for company directors to implement climate policy, the company’s board should be fine. That being said, a company should be able to expel nasty shareholders that hold tiny share quotas. One share should not give you the right to mess up a business. Try to get heard at the general assembly. 

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