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BP Shareholder Resolution – co-filing group

13.05.19

Global investors are calling on BP to set out a business strategy that is consistent with the goals of the Paris Agreement on climate change. The resolution has been initiated, or ‘co-filed’, by investors acting as part of Climate Action 100+. This is an investor initiative to ensure the world’s largest corporate greenhouse gas emitters take necessary action on climate change.

The 58 investors co-filing own just under 10% of the company’s voting shares between them – equivalent to a £11 billion holding in the company.This marks a new global best for the level of support a shareholder resolution on climate change has received.

A full list of the investors can be found in the co-filing grid for download below. A version of the resolution is available here and the accompanying press release here.

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