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Bullying Institutional Investors – Does It Work?

Contributed by Robert Lyman © 2019   Robert Lyman is an Ottawa energy policy consultant and former public servant and diplomat. Robert’s full bio can be read here.

 

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Infrastructure Bank – Questions of Potential Conflict of Interest

We believe this matter to be in the public interest. These are our opinions based on available evidence.

Nov. 24, 2017

Ethics Commissioner of Canada

Office of the Conflict of … Continue reading

#ClimateBarbie and #GGPayette Furor is a Diversion from Existential Threat to Canada – Unattainable GHG Reduction Targets

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Calgary Declaration on Climate Change and COP23

Preamble: In Sept. 2015, the Pacific Island Development Forum issued the PACIFIC-ISLAND-DEVELOPMENT-FORUM-SUVA-DECLARATION-ON-CLIMATE-CHANGE.v2 pleading the case of member islands.  Today, Fiji is the host nation of the COP23 Bonn Climate Conference.  Continue reading

Letter to Ontario Securities Commission in Response to the UNPRI letter on Climate Disclosure Review

The following is an excerpt from a letter sent by Friends of Science to the Ontario Securities Commission.

LINK to Full letter:

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EXCERPT BEGINS

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New Reports Challenge SHARE on Climate Change Risk and ‘Denial’ for Pension Fund Trustees and Corporate Boards

Friends of Science Society has issued two new reports. The first entitled “Climate Change Risk Clouds Boardroom Competency” challenges a recent report by SHARE – Shareholder Association for Research and … Continue reading

$50 Billion Drop in Oilpatch Investment – “Undue Influence – Markets Skewed”

The Calgary Herald reported April 08, 2016 that the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers forecasts a $50 billion drop in oilpatch investment by year end.

While certainly numerous global factors … Continue reading

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