Schemes call on Shell to exit climate sceptic lobby group

Stephanie Baxter
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A group of investors including two UK schemes have urged Shell to drop its membership from a US lobby group accused of being obstructive on climate policy.

In a letter to the oil giant, the 19 investors with billions of pounds in assets said they were concerned about its membership of the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) which has promoted sceptical...

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