SGI shareholder resolutions

The following shareholder resolutions were filed/co-filed by members of the SGI during the 2018 proxy season. The table will be updated periodically. Click on the name of the resolution to view the full text.

 

 

Issue Company SGI Filer/Co-Filer Outcome
Climate Change:
Science Based Targets (SBT)
C.H. Robinson Sisters of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Climate Change:
2 Degree Business Plan
WEC Energy Group School Sisters of Notre Dame, Central Pacific Province Withdrawn (WEC will publish 2 degree scenario report)
Climate Change:
2 Degree Business Plan
CMS Energy Sisters of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary  Withdrawn (CMS will publish 2 degree scenario report)
Climate Change:
2 Degree Business Plan
Exxon Mobil Sisters of St. Francis (Rochester, MN) Withdrawn (Exxon issued climate risk report)
Climate Change:
2 Degree Business Plan
Valero Energy Sisters of St. Francis (Dubuque, IA) Withdrawn (Valero will publish 2 degree scenario report)
Corporate Governance: Separate Chair & CEO AbbVie Dana Investment Advisors, Inc., Sisters of St Joseph –TOSF
Corporate Governance: Separate Chair & CEO Pfizer Dana Investment Advisors, Inc.  Received 26% of AGM vote
Corporate Governance: Separate Chair & CEO Johnson & Johnson Dana Investment Advisors, Inc. Withdrawn (J&J agreed to amend its Principles for Corporate Governance.)
Corporate Governance: Business Standards Wells Fargo Sisters of St. Francis (Dubuque, IA) Withdrawn (Wells Fargo agreed to publish a business standards review.)
Corporate Governance: Lobbying & Political Spending AT&T Dana Investment Advisors, Inc.  Received 34% of AGM vote
Corporate Governance: Lobbying & Political Spending AbbVie Sisters of St. Agnes
Corporate Governance: Lobbying & Political Spending Alphabet  Dana Investment Advisors, Inc.
Corporate Governance: Lobbying & Political Spending Exxon Mobil Province of St. Joseph of the Capuchin Order, Dana Investment Advisors, Inc., Sisters of St. Francis (Dubuque, IA), Sinsinawa Dominicans, Sisters of St. Agnes
Corporate Governance: Lobbying & Political Spending Chevron Sisters of St. Francis (Dubuque, IA)
Corporate Governance: Lobbying & Political Spending Disney (Walt) Company / ABC Province of St. Joseph of the Capuchin Order  Received 37% of AGM vote
Food Justice:
Access to Nutrition
Dr. Pepper Snapple Dana Investment Advisors, Inc.
Food Justice:
Antibiotics
McDonald’s Sisters of St. Francis (Rochester, MN), Sisters of St Joseph –TOSF Withdrawn (McDonald’s will publicly announce an antibiotic use policy for beef by the end of 2018)
Water Stewardship:
Corporate Water Impacts
Tyson Foods Sisters of St. Agnes Received 16% of AGM vote
Human Rights:
Supply Chain
McDonald’s Sisters of St. Francis (Dubuque, IA)
Human Rights:
Supply Chain
Chevron Dana Investment Advisors, Inc.
Health:
Tobacco
Altria Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondolet
Health:
Tobacco
Phillip Morris Int’l Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondolet Withdrawn (PMI agreed to a meeting with the company’s liaison to the Smokefree World Foundation and our making a statement at their AGM.)
Health:
Affordability of Medicines
Amgen Dana Investment Advisors, Inc., Sisters of St. Francis (Dubuque, IA)
Health:
Affordability of Medicines
Eli Lilly Sisters of St. Francis (Dubuque, IA)  Received 18% of AGM vote
Health:
Affordability of Medicines
Biogen Sisters of St. Francis (Dubuque, IA)
Health:
Affordability of Medicines
Pfizer Sisters of St. Francis (Dubuque, IA)  Omitted

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