04 Feb: EoP Re: IIGCC call to BP to Align its Strategy with Paris Climate Goals

* IIGCC: Inst Inv Group on Climate Change, Stephanie Pfeifer, Hermes EOS, Bruce Duguid, Share Action, Amanda Solder Guzman, Beau Sullivan, JBS Group, Joel B Stronberg, People of California v BP, Oakland City Attorney, Erin Bernstein, San Francisco City Attorney, Matthew Goldberg, Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro, Steve Berman, San Mateo County, John Beiers, McDougal Love Boehmer Foley Lyon Canlas, Jennifer Lyon, Marin County, Brian Washington, Sher Edling LLP, Victor Sher, British Petroleum, Arnold Porter Kaye Scholer LLP, Jonathan Hughes, Chevron, Gibson Dunn Crutcher LLP, Theodore J. Boutrous Jr., Exxon Mobil, O’Melveny & Myers LLP, M Randall Oppenheimer, Paul Weiss Rifkind Wharton Garrison LLP, Theodore Wells, Conoco Phillips, King and Spalding LLP, Megan Nishikawa, Royal Dutch Shell, Munger Tolles Olson LLP, Jerome Roth, CA AG Xavier Becerra, David Zonana, NJ: AG Gurbir Grewal, Mark Heinzelmann, WA AG Robert Ferguson, Bill Sherman, IN AG Thomas Fisher, James Arnold, Dept of Justice, Christine Ennis, Viscount Monkton et al, James Braden, Peter Ferrara, William Happer, Steve Koonin, Richard Lindzen, Concerned Household Electricity Consumers Council, Darryl Cordero, Alexander Koch, Jason Hickle, Andreas Gattinger, R Lal, Rodale Institute, Jason Brent, Charles Hall, Greta Thunberg.
* 04 Feb: EoP Re: IIGCC call to BP to Align its Strategy with Paris Climate Goals
» 04 Feb: EoP Re: Climate Action 100 Investor Call for aligning $trategy with Paris Climate Goals.
* Tygae: EoP Leg Sub: EoP Cop21, CA v BP, EoP US DoJ, EoP v Jason Brent, EoP v Charles HallEoP v UNEoP v Greta Thunberg /  EoP NWO SCO: EoP NTE GM: EoP NTE GMA, EoP NTE GMUK | EoP Axis MilNec Evac: Lotto: EoP v WiP Law, EoP v WiP  Academia, EoP v WiP Media, EoP v WiP Charity / EoP v WiP Neg.

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* Date: 2019-02-04 11:15 am
Subject: EoP Re: IIGCC call to BP to Align its Strategy with Paris Climate Goals
To: “IIGCC: Inst Inv Group on Climate Change: Stephanie Pfeifer” <spfeifer@iigcc.org>, Oliver Gray <mschoenberg@iigcc.org>, Rachel Ward <rward@iigcc.org>, Charlotte Jones <cjones@iigcc.org>, “Hermes EOS: Bruce Duguid” <bruce.duguid@hermes-investment.com>, Nick Spooner <nicholas.spooner@hermes-investment.com>, “Share Action: Amanda Solder Guzman via Beau Sullivan” <beau.osullivan@shareaction.org>
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* Date: 2019-02-04 2:14 pm
Subject: EoP Re: Climate Action 100 Investor Call for aligning $trategy with Paris Climate Goals.
To: “Climate Action 100: Oliver Grayer” <info@climateaction100.org>, News <news@climateaction100.org>, “AIGCC: Asia Investor Group on Climate Change” <info@aigcc.net>, Rebecca Mikula-Wright <rebecca.wright@igcc.org.au>, Valerie Kwan <valerie.kwan@aigcc.net>, “CDP: Carbon Disclosure Project: EU: Steven Tebbe” <cdpeurope@cdp.net>, David Lammers <david.lammers@cdp.net>, Mirjam Wolfrum <mirjam.wolfrum@cdp.net>, Micaela Quesada <micaela.quesada@cdp.net>, Matteo Brezza <matteo.brezza@cdp.net>, “China: Sabrina Zhang” <sabrina.zhang@cdp.net>, “Japan: Michiyo Morisawa” <japan@cdp.net>, “AUAsia: Suzin Ahn” <australianz@cdp.net>, “India: Damandeep Singh” <damandeep.singh@cdp.net>, “Middle East: Antigone Theodorou” <globalops@cdp.net>, “Press: Penny Cross” <penny.cross@cdp.net>, Selena Chapman <selena.chapman@cdp.net>, Sarah Savage <sarah.savage@cdp.net>, Joshua Snodin <joshua.snodin@cdp.net>, Liz Pozner <liz.posner@cdp.net>, Ceres <info@ceres.org>, Mindy Lubber <lubber@ceres.org>, Sue Reid <reid@ceres.org>, Cynthia McHale <mchale@ceres.org>, Brooke Barton <barton@ceres.org>, Jim Coburn <coburn@ceres.org>, Peter Ellsworth <ellsworth@ceres.org>, Chris Davis <davis@ceres.org>, Chris Fox <fox@ceres.org>, Andrew Logan <logan@ceres.org>, Sara Sciamacco <sciammacco@ceres.org>, “Investor Group on Climate Change: Emma Herd” <secretariat@igcc.org.au>, “UNEP FI: Finance Initiative” <info@unepfi.org>, Media <communications@unepfi.org>, Banking Commission <banking@unepfi.org>, Insurance Commission <insurance@unepfi.org>, Investment Commission <investment@unepfi.org>, Climate Change <climate@unepfi.org>, Ecosystems <biodiversity@unepfi.org>, Social Issues <humanrights@unepfi.org>, Property <property@unepfi.org>, Africa & Middle East <africa@unepfi.org>, Asia Pacific <asiapacific@unepfi.org>, Japan Group <japan@unepfi.org>, Europe <europe@unepfi.org>, Latin America & Caribbean <la@unepfi.org>, North America <na@unepfi.org>, Sustainable Finance Training <training@unepfi.org>, “PRI: Principles for Responsible Investment: Fiona Reynolds” <info@unpri.org>, The Investor Agenda <info@theinvestoragenda.org>, News <news@theinvestoragenda.org>, “AustralianSuper: Andrew Gray” <agray@australiansuper.com>, Claire Heeps <cheeps@australiansuper.com>, “CalPERS: CA Public Employees Retirement System: Anne Simpson” <Anne.Simpson@calpers.ca.gov>, “CalPERS Info Officer: Megan White” <newsroom@calpers.ca.gov>, Brad Pacheco <brad_pacheco@calpers.ca.gov>, Amanda Kimball <alkimball@ucdavis.edu>, Groupe Caisse des dépôts: Jean-Pierre Costes: Responsible Investment Adviser: Laetitia Tankwe <laetitia.tankwe@caissedesdepots.fr>, Jerome Gallot <jerome.gallot@caissedesdepots.fr>, Etienne Combet <etienne.combet@caissedesdepots.fr>, Nicolas Blanc <Nicolas.Blanc@caissedesdepots.fr>, Alexia Leseur <alexia.leseur@caissedesdepots.fr>, “Manulife Asset Management: Emily Chew: Carl Wong” <carl_kk_wong@manulifeam.com>, Gillian Chung <Gillian_CE_Chung@manulifeam.com>, “Climate Works: Gretchen Rau” <gretchen@climateworks.org>, Prodipto Roy <prodipto.roy@climateworks.org>, Program Info <programinfo@climateworks.org>, Anthony Eggert <anthony.eggert@climateworks.org>, Casey Cronin <casey.cronin@climateworks.org>, Justin Guay <justin.guay@climateworks.org>, Daniel Zarin <daniel.zarin@climateworks.org>, “DEG Invest: Dr. Peter M. Thimme” <peter.thimme@deginvest.de>, “Climate Risk Management: Doug Cogan” <doug.cogan@riskmetrics.com>
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TO: IIGCC: Inst Inv Group on Climate Change: Stephanie Pfeifer et al:
Re: DeSmog: BP Backs Shareholder Call to Align its Strategy with Paris Climate Goals.

TO: Climate Action 100, Asia Investor Group on Climate Change, Carbon Disclosure Project, Ceres, Investor Group on Climate Change, UNEP Finance Initiative, Principles for Responsible Investment, The Investor Agenda, AustralianSuper, CalPERS, Groupe Caisse des dépôts, Manulife Asset Management, Climate Works, DEG Invest
Climate Action 100: BP supports Climate Action 100+ investor call to align its business strategy with the goals of the Paris Agreement; AIGCC: Investors call on world leaders to address climate change ‘ambition gap’.

CC: Charles Hall, Joel B Stronberg, Greta Thunberg, People of California v BP:
Re: 23 Jan: EoP Juliana Brown Q: CA v BP Civil Notion: What is Sustainable procreation & consumption footprint?.

CC: Alexander Koch, Jason Hickle, Andreas Gattinger, R Lal, Rodale Institute:
Re: The Guardian: European colonization of America’s killed so many it cooled Earth’s climate; The Guardian: Jason Hickle: Our best shot at cooling the planet may be right under our feet

CC: Jason Brent, Charles Hall, Greta Thunberg:
Re: 24 Nov: Charles Hall: EoP v WiP Social Contract Energy Return on Investment; 28 Jan: EoP Re: Greta Thunberg 2 Davos: Our House is on Fire: I want you to panic.

IIGCC: Inst Inv Group on Climate Change: Stephanie Pfeifer:

EoP Re: IIGCC call to BP to Align its Strategy with Paris Climate Goals.

The Climate Action 100+ group of more than 300 investors, who hold around $32 trillion in assets, plan to present the shareholder resolution at BP’s annual general meeting in May. The resolution would require BP to set out a business strategy that it considers, “in good faith,” to be in line with the Paris goals to limit global temperature rise to well below 2°C, and aim for 1.5°C. The company would also have to evaluate whether each new material capital investment is consistent with the climate agreement. And it would have to set out its anticipated levels of investment in oil, gas, and other energy technologies, its goals for reducing operational greenhouse gas emissions, the estimated carbon intensity of its energy products, and how its targets are linked to executive pay. If the resolution is approved at the meeting, it will be up to BP to provide additional corporate reporting for 2019, as well as the process and methodology for that reporting. “BP is committed to helping solve the dual challenge of providing more energy with fewer emissions,” the company’s chairman Helge Lund said in a statement. “We believe our strategy is consistent with the Paris goals.” The company plans to provide a more detailed explanation of its support for the resolution when it publishes a notice of the AGM, it said. Shell announced in December that it will set short-term targets to shrink the net carbon footprint from its energy products and link those goals to executive remuneration — also in response to calls from the Climate Action 100+ group. BP introduced a plan last year that sets near-term emissions goals for its operations. – DeSmog: BP Backs Shareholder Call to Align its Strategy with Paris Climate Goals.

Only Global Deindustrializaton & Depopulation will Prevent Climate Catastrophe:

Tim Garrett: Only Collapse of Industrial economy will Prevent Climate Catastrophe. Paul Murtaugh: Every child increases a parents carbon footprint by a factor of 20.
Dr. Garrett is the author of the study that concludes that only civilization collapse can stop climate catastrophe: 2009: Are there basic physical constraints on future anthropogenic emissions of carbon dioxide? 2011: No way out? The double-bind in seeking global prosperity alongside mitigated climate change: Utah News Center: Is Global Warming Unstoppable? [SQ Copy]. Eco Shock: The Big Picture: Like it or Not [SQ Copy]. Collapse of Industrial Civilization: Say Goodbye to the Holocene Epoch. Dr. Paul Murtaugh: Reproduction and Carbon legacies of individuals. The Conversation: How Family Planning could be part of answer to climate change. The Guardian: Baby emissions fuel global warming.
» IG: 17-08-30_garrettmurtaugh-cnfamplanning.

One Child Law Depopulation or Global Cold War Warfare Depopulation?:
The Guardian: European colonization of America’s killed so many it cooled Earth’s climate. Alexander Koch: Earth System Impacts of the European arrival and Great Dying in the Americas after 1492 [SQ Copy]. Julia Pongratz: War, plague no match for deforestation in driving CO2 buildup. Carnegie Science: War, Plague No Match for Deforestation in Driving CO2 Buildup: Video. Daily Mail: Genghis Khan the GREEN: Invader killed so many people that carbon levels plummeted. [SQ Copy]

Former Judge Jason Brent: A Global One Child Law Proposal: How to Determine Who Can and Who Cannot Reproduce:
The action I am initially proposing is value neutral and does not favor or harm any individual or group. The action I am proposing will be applied to every person or group without favoring anyone. The action is very simple—limit the right of any male to father only one live child and limit the right of every woman to one live birth. In simple terms a couple is limited to one and only one child—not one child for the male and one child for the female. Since survival of our species depends on the one child rule, under my proposal any attempt to evade the rule would result in death of the evader and of any second child. The rule to be fair must be absolute, without a single exception. If the female cannot or refuses to provide the name of the father she and the child shall be immediately executed. All of the ideas set forth in this paragraph may be considered horrible and inhumane. However, since they will be applied equally, no individual or group is harmed except to the extent that an individual cannot either father or give birth to a second child. The harm caused to the individual and the harm caused to all of humanity by enforcing the one child rule set forth above is miniscule compared to the harm which all of humanity would suffer if population were not reduced. – Jason Brent: A Global One Child Law Proposal: How to Determine Who Can and Who Cannot Reproduce;
» EoP Leg Sub: 18 Jan: EoP TRC Info: Pakistan Chief Justice Nisar’s populaton control task force.

End Abel & Kane Cold War Global EoP SciCult intnl-law aggressive Energy and environment orderly and humane Denuclearization Land Reform Shut Down of the Industrial War Economy Swamp Negotiations:
EoP TRC to End Abel and Kane Cold War [eoptrc-akcoldwar.tygae.org.za] negotiations to implement EoP Scientific and Cultural law [eop-scicultlaw.tygae.org.za] as international law; to [A] enable responsible freedom [responsible-freedom.tygae.org.za] orderly and humane – de-industrialization and depopulation [eop-v-wip-deindpopn.tygae.org.za], prisoner release [prisoner-pardon.tygae.org.za], land reform [eop-landreform.tygae.org.za] and denuclearization [eop-denuke-defn.tygae.org.za] – shut down of the WiP Ponzi Swamp economy [eop-sdwipecon.tygae.org.za]; [B] require all citizens of all races, religions, nations, to breed [one-child-law.tygae.org.za] and consume below ecological carrying capacity limits [eop-footprint.tygae.org.za]; or be humanely eliminated from the planetary genepool [crimes-of-aggression.tygae.org.za]; [C] nationalize all property and provide all responsible freedom [responsible-freedom.tygae.org.za] oath citizens: (i) cultural law self rule [cult-law-self-rule.tygae.org.za] for groups with subjective racial, religious & gender identities; and (ii) a property ration [property-ration.tygae.org.za] to enable their shelter and survival self-sufficiency to enable the rebuilding of a relocalized low-tech organic agrarian sustainable future.
» EoP Leg Sub: 03 Feb: Tom Luongo: US needs to be saved from Petrodollar addiction.

EoP Global Land Reform: 40% arable land returned to reforestation; 60% used arable land: regenerative – soil carbon sequestration – low tech farming:

Guerrylla Laws are drawn up in accordance with the proactive conservation policies of Bhutan, who set aside 40% of their biologically productive to be returned to its natural state, for other species and wildlife conservation purposes; then that means that the total amount of biologically productive carrying capacity land available to humans is 60% of 12 billion; which amounts to 7.2 billion gha total; or 60% of 1.8 gha, which is 1 gha each. Population factor is relevant, because the more humans there are, the less biologically productive land there is for everyone else.
» EoP NWO SCO: EoP Footprint; EoP Leg Sub: 29 Dec: ICC: Judge Silvia Fernandez de Gurmendi: Re: EoP ICC Private Pros: EoP PoW’s -v- Nobel Committee and Peace Laureates et al; 03 Jun PCA: Hugo Siblesz: EoP Re: Judge JBrent: SustDev academic fraudsters should be executed.

Studies suggest that regenerating soil by turning our backs on industrial farming holds the key to tackling climate change. Soil is the second biggest reservoir of carbon on the planet, next to the oceans. It holds four times more carbon than all the plants and trees in the world. But human activity like deforestation and industrial farming – with its intensive ploughing, monoculture and heavy use of chemical fertilisers and pesticides – is ruining our soils at breakneck speed, killing the organic materials that they contain. There is, however, a solution. Scientists and farmers around the world are pointing out that we can regenerate degraded soils by switching from intensive industrial farming to more ecological methods – not just organic fertiliser, but also no-tillage, composting, and crop rotation. Here’s the brilliant part: as the soils recover, they not only regain their capacity to hold CO2, they begin to actively pull additional CO2 out of the atmosphere. The science on this is quite exciting. A study published recently by the US National Academy of Sciences claims that regenerative farming can sequester 3% of our global carbon emissions. An article in Science suggests it could be up to 15%. And new research from the Rodale Institute in Pennsylvania, although not yet peer-reviewed, says sequestration rates could be as high as 40%. – PNAS: 30 Oct 2012: Andreas Gattinger: Enhanced top soil carbon stocks under organic farming. Science: 11 Jun 2004: R Lal: Soil Carbon Sequestration Impacts on Global Climate Change and Food Security. Rodale Institute: Regenerative Organic Agriculture. The Guardian: Jason Hickle: Our best shot at cooling the planet may be right under our feet [SQ Copy].

EoP TRC to End Abel and Kane Cold War [eoptrc-akcoldwar.tygae.org.za] multi-tasking [mt-summary.tygae.org.za] negotiations correspondence – on behalf of Dalio Pittard [daliopittard.tygae.org.za] and EoP Applicants [eop-applicants.tygae.org.za] whose preferences are available at Ego/Eco Literacy [ego-eco-literacy.tygae.org.za] – to implement EoP Scientific and Cultural law [eop-scicultlaw.tygae.org.za] as international law; to [A] enable responsible freedom [responsible-freedom.tygae.org.za] orderly and humane – de-industrialization and depopulation [eop-v-wip-deindpopn.tygae.org.za], prisoner release [prisoner-pardon.tygae.org.za], land reform [eop-landreform.tygae.org.za] and denuclearization [eop-denuke-defn.tygae.org.za] – shut down of the WiP Ponzi Swamp economy [eop-sdwipecon.tygae.org.za]; [B] require all citizens of all races, religions, nations, to breed [one-child-law.tygae.org.za] and consume below ecological carrying capacity limits [eop-footprint.tygae.org.za]; or be humanely eliminated from the planetary genepool [crimes-of-aggression.tygae.org.za]; [C] nationalize all property and provide all responsible freedom [responsible-freedom.tygae.org.za] oath citizens: (i) cultural law self rule [cult-law-self-rule.tygae.org.za] for groups with subjective racial, religious & gender identities; and (ii) a property ration [property-ration.tygae.org.za] to enable their shelter and survival self-sufficiency to enable the rebuilding of a relocalized low-tech organic agrarian sustainable future.

A copy of this correspondence is documented at EoP Legal Submissions [eop-leg-sub.tygae.org.za].

Respectfully,

Lara Johnson, aka Andrea Muhrrteyn [EoP Oath PDF]
Former MILED Clerk & Acting Clerk

Sent per electronic notice to:

IIGCC: Inst Inv Group on Climate Change:
IIGCC: Inst Inv Group on Climate Change: Stephanie Pfeifer (spfeifer@iigcc.org); Oliver Gray (mschoenberg@iigcc.org); Rachel Ward (rward@iigcc.org); Charlotte Jones (cjones@iigcc.org); Tom Fern (tfern@iigcc.org); Hermes EOS: Bruce Duguid (bruce.duguid@hermes-investment.com); Nick Spooner (nicholas.spooner@hermes-investment.com); Share Action: Amanda Solder Guzman via Beau Sullivan (beau.osullivan@shareaction.org)

Joel B Stronberg, People of California v BP:
JBS Group: Joel B Stronberg (thejbsgroup78@gmail.com); People of California v BP: Oakland: City Attorney: Erin Bernstein (ebernstein@oaklandcityattorney.org); Barbara Parker (bparker@oaklandcityattorney.org); San Francisco: City Attorney: Matthew Goldberg (matthew.goldberg@sfcityatty.org); Brittany Feitelberg (brittany.feitelberg@sfgov.org); Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro: Steve Berman (steve@hbsslaw.com); Shana Scarlett (shanas@hbsslaw.com); Matthew Pawa (mattp@hbsslaw.com); Benjamin Krass (benk@hbsslaw.com); Emerson Hilton (emersonh@hbsslaw.com); Wesley Kelman (wesk@hbsslaw.com); San Mateo County: John Beiers (jbeiers@smcgov.org); Paula Okada (pokada@smcgov.org); David Silberman (dsilberman@smcgov.org); Margaret Tides (mtides@smcgov.org); McDougal Love Boehmer Foley Lyon Canlas: Jennifer Lyon (jlyon@mcdougallove.com); Steve Boehmer (sboehmer@mcdougallove.com); Marin County: Brian Washington (bwashington@marincounty.org); Brian Case (bcase@marincounty.org); Sher Edling LLP: Victor Sher (vic@sheredling.com); Mathew Edling (matt@sheredling.com); Timothy Sloan (tim@sheredling.com); Martin Quinones (marty@sheredling.com); Katie Jones (katie@sheredling.com); British Petroleum: Arnold Porter Kaye Scholer LLP: Jonathan Hughes (jonathan.hughes@apks.com); Matthew Heartney (matthew.heartney@apks.com); Jonathan Lombardo (john.lombardo@apks.com); Chevron: Gibson Dunn Crutcher LLP: Theodore J. Boutrous Jr. (tboutrous@gibsondunn.com); Andrea E. Neuman (aneuman@gibsondunn.com); William E. Thomson (wthomson@gibsondunn.com); Ethan D. Dettmer (edettmer@gibsondunn.com); Exxon Mobil: O’Melveny & Myers LLP: M Randall Oppenheimer (roppenheimer@omm.com); Dawn Sestito (dsestito@omm.com); Paul Weiss Rifkind Wharton Garrison LLP: Theodore Wells (twells@paulweiss.com); Daniel Toal (dtoal@paulweiss.com); Jaren Janghorbani (jjanghorbani@paulweiss.com); Conoco Phillips: King and Spalding LLP: Megan Nishikawa (mnishikawa@kslaw.com); Carol Wood (cwood@kslaw.com); Royal Dutch Shell: Munger Tolles Olson LLP: Jerome Roth (jerome.roth@mto.com); Elizabeth Kim (elizabeth.kim@mto.com); Daniel Collins (daniel.collins@mto.com); Amici: CA: AG Xavier Becerra: David Zonana (David.Zonana@doj.ca.gov); NJ: AG Gurbir Grewal: Mark Heinzelmann (Mark.Heinzelmann@law.njoag.gov); WA: AG Robert Ferguson: Bill Sherman (Bill.Sherman@atg.wa.gov); IN Thomas Fisher (Tom.Fisher@atg.in.gov); James Arnold (jarnold@arnoldlp.com); John Beard (jbeard@arnoldlp.com); United States Gov: Christine Ennis (christine.ennis@usdoj.gov); Viscount Monkton et al: James Braden (braden@sf-lawyer.com); Peter Ferrara (peterjferrara@yahoo.com); William Happer (dof@princeton.edu); Steve Koonin (skoonin@stern.nyu.edu); Richard Lindzen (rlindzen@mit.edu); Concerned Household Electricity Consumers Council: Darryl Cordero (cdc@paynefears.com);

Alexander Koch, Jason Hickle, Andreas Gattinger, R Lal, Rodale Institute:
Alexander Koch (alexander.koch.14@ucl.ac.uk); Jason Hickle (j.e.hickel@lse.ac.uk); Andreas Gattinger (andreas.gattinger@agrar.uni-giessen.de); R Lal (lal.1@osu.edu); Rodale Institute (info@rodaleinstitute.org)

Jason Brent, Charles Hall, Greta Thunberg:
Jason Brent (jbrent6179@aol.com); Charles Hall (Chall@esf.edu); Greta Thunberg (GretaThunbergMedia@gmail.com)

Climate Action 100, Asia Investor Group on Climate Change, Carbon Disclosure Project, Ceres, Investor Group on Climate Change, UNEP Finance Initiative, Principles for Responsible Investment, The Investor Agenda, AustralianSuper, CalPERS, Groupe Caisse des dépôts, Manulife Asset Management, Climate Works, DEG Invest:
Climate Action 100: Oliver Grayer (info@climateaction100.org); News (news@climateaction100.org); AIGCC: Asia Investor Group on Climate Change (info@aigcc.net); Rebecca Mikula-Wright (rebecca.wright@igcc.org.au); Valerie Kwan (valerie.kwan@aigcc.net); CDP: Carbon Disclosure Project: EU: Steven Tebbe (cdpeurope@cdp.net); David Lammers (david.lammers@cdp.net); Mirjam Wolfrum (mirjam.wolfrum@cdp.net); Micaela Quesada (micaela.quesada@cdp.net); Matteo Brezza (matteo.brezza@cdp.net); China: Sabrina Zhang (sabrina.zhang@cdp.net); Japan: Michiyo Morisawa (japan@cdp.net); AUAsia: Suzin Ahn (australianz@cdp.net); India: Damandeep Singh (damandeep.singh@cdp.net); Middle East: Antigone Theodorou (globalops@cdp.net); Press: Penny Cross (penny.cross@cdp.net); Selena Chapman (selena.chapman@cdp.net); Sarah Savage (sarah.savage@cdp.net); Joshua Snodin (joshua.snodin@cdp.net); Liz Pozner (liz.posner@cdp.net); Ceres (info@ceres.org); Mindy Lubber (lubber@ceres.org); Sue Reid (reid@ceres.org); Cynthia McHale (mchale@ceres.org); Brooke Barton (barton@ceres.org); Jim Coburn (coburn@ceres.org); Peter Ellsworth (ellsworth@ceres.org); Chris Davis (davis@ceres.org); Chris Fox (fox@ceres.org); Andrew Logan (logan@ceres.org); Sara Sciamacco (sciammacco@ceres.org); Investor Group on Climate Change: Emma Herd (secretariat@igcc.org.au); UNEP FI: Finance Initiative (info@unepfi.org); Media (communications@unepfi.org); Banking Commission (banking@unepfi.org); Insurance Commission (insurance@unepfi.org); Investment Commission (investment@unepfi.org); Climate Change (climate@unepfi.org); Ecosystems (biodiversity@unepfi.org); Social Issues (humanrights@unepfi.org); Property (property@unepfi.org); Africa & Middle East (africa@unepfi.org); Asia Pacific (asiapacific@unepfi.org); Japan Group (japan@unepfi.org); Europe (europe@unepfi.org); Latin America & Caribbean (la@unepfi.org); North America (na@unepfi.org); Sustainable Finance Training (training@unepfi.org); PRI: Principles for Responsible Investment: Fiona Reynolds (info@unpri.org); The Investor Agenda (info@theinvestoragenda.org); News (news@theinvestoragenda.org); AustralianSuper: Andrew Gray (agray@australiansuper.com); Claire Heeps (cheeps@australiansuper.com); CalPERS: CA Public Employees Retirement System: Anne Simpson (Anne.Simpson@calpers.ca.gov); CalPERS Info Officer: Megan White  (newsroom@calpers.ca.gov); Brad Pacheco (brad_pacheco@calpers.ca.gov); Amanda Kimball (alkimball@ucdavis.edu); Groupe Caisse des dépôts: Jean-Pierre Costes: Responsible Investment Adviser: Laetitia Tankwe (laetitia.tankwe@caissedesdepots.fr); Jerome Gallot (jerome.gallot@caissedesdepots.fr); Etienne Combet (etienne.combet@caissedesdepots.fr); Nicolas Blanc (Nicolas.Blanc@caissedesdepots.fr); Alexia Leseur (alexia.leseur@caissedesdepots.fr); Manulife Asset Management: Emily Chew: Carl Wong (carl_kk_wong@manulifeam.com); Gillian Chung (Gillian_CE_Chung@manulifeam.com); Climate Works: Gretchen Rau (gretchen@climateworks.org); Prodipto Roy (prodipto.roy@climateworks.org); Program Info (programinfo@climateworks.org); Anthony Eggert (anthony.eggert@climateworks.org); Casey Cronin (casey.cronin@climateworks.org); Justin Guay (justin.guay@climateworks.org); Daniel Zarin (daniel.zarin@climateworks.org); DEG Invest: Dr. Peter M. Thimme (peter.thimme@deginvest.de); Climate Risk Management: Doug Cogan (doug.cogan@riskmetrics.com);

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