Green Century presented its shareholder proposal, asking General Mills to being tracking and reducing the use of toxic pesticides in its supply chain, at its September 25th shareholder meeting.Read More
At Darden Restaurants’ annual shareholder meeting, Green Century’s shareholder proposal, asking the company to reduce the use of medically-important human antibiotics in its meat supply chain, received 40.2% of shareholder support.Read More
Green Century applauds the codification of SB 100, which will put California on a path to generate 100% of its electricity from renewable and zero-carbon sources, such as solar and wind, by 2045. Green Century mobilized institutional investors, representing $22.36 billion in assets under management, in support of SB 100, which is “the most important climate law in U.S. history,” according to the MIT Technology Review.Read More
Green Century is proudly reaffirming its commitment to fossil fuel free investing to coincide with the Divest-Invest press conference focused on “How the Moral Call to Divest Became a Matter of Fiduciary Duty,” being held during the week of the Global Climate Action Summit.Read More
Green Century withdrew its shareholder proposal with United Natural Foods, Inc. (UNFI), after the company agreed to provide additional disclosures regarding operational food waste management.Read More
Green Century applauds California for the passage of SB 100, which sets a target for the state to generate 100% of its electricity from renewable and zero-carbon sources, such as solar and wind, by 2045.Read More
Green Century is calling on Darden Restaurants to eliminate the use of medically important antibiotics in its supply chain.Read More
Green Century has successfully withdrawn its shareholder proposal regarding deforestation with Bunge Ltd., a leading agricultural…Read More
Green Century Capital Management today announced the launch of an institutional share class for one of its flagship mutual funds, the Green Century Equity FundRead More
The SEC has blocked a shareholder proposal from Green Century, asking Amazon to issue a report on company-wide efforts to manage food waste.Read More
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