Date: July 26th, 2018, 1:00 pm EST
In this webinar, participants will hear from Rob Goldberg, COO of Barnard College, Chris Ito, CEO of FFI, and Kathy Mulvey, Climate Accountability Campaign Manager at The Union of Concerned Scientists.
They will take a deeper dive in Barnard College’s process of evaluating the question of fossil fuel divestment and creating an innovative approach that focuses on fossil fuel companies that deny climate science or otherwise seek to thwart efforts to mitigate the impact of climate change. Barnard’s partners at the Union of Concerned Scientists and FFI will share how their research can help inform investors on which fossil fuel companies have been hindering climate policy.
- An Overview of Climate Action at Barnard College
- FFI’s Divestment and Climate Action Executive Summary
- Fossil Fuel Divestment and Climate Action Methodology
- Overviews of the 30 Companies Evaluated in Barnard's Assessment
- Case Studies Showing How Three Anonymized Fossil Fuel Companies Scored Against Criteria
- The Climate Accountability Scorecard: Ranking Major Fossil Fuel Companies on Climate Deception, Disclosure, and Action (2016)
- A Methodology for Assessment of Corporate Responsibility on Climate Change: A Case Study of the Fossil Energy Industry l Journal of Environmental Investing, Pages 160-181, 2017
- Rob Goldberg, COO, Barnard College
- Chris Ito, CEO, FFI
- Kathy Mulvey, Climate Accountability Campaign Manager at The Union of Concerned Scientists
- Moderator: Nicole Harman, Program Manager, Intentional Endowments Network