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New Exxon Report Is a Step Forward for Investor Disclosure on Climate Change, but Falls Short on Detail

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February 5, 2018 /3BL Media/ - A new climate report released by ExxonMobil, which explores the risks the company would face in a low-carbon transition, represents “a significant step forward for institutional investors who have long engaged with the company on climate change but falls short on key details,” Andrew Logan, director oil and gas at Ceres, said today in a statement.

The report, 2018 Energy & Carbon Summary, “adopted a whole new climate-related frame,” Logan added, “providing the clearest accounting yet of how Exxon is—and is not—planning for a low-carbon future.”

The Key to Dramatically Reducing Overall Energy Use? Solve the Problem of Moving Air

Ingersoll Rand sustainability expert explains variables and solutions
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Ingersoll Rand's W. Scott Tew, executive director, Center for Energy Efficiency & Sustainability (CEES) at Ingersoll Rand, shares insights on the increase of energy that will be needed to support where people live, work and thrive, given the growing population.

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