FFC asks SEC to take appropriate action against companies failing to disclose material climate change risks.
Today’s news that British voters have chosen to leave the European Union has caused a great deal of uncertainty for investors and agitated global stock and bond markets.
FFC reminds apparel brands and retailers that more is needed to fulfill their commitment to improving garment industry working conditions.
In recent years, investors have raised awareness of environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues and the need for greater disclosure from public companies.
FFC urges the Department of Labor to address inconsistencies and outdated guidance in their 2008 Shareholder Rights Bulletin.
FFC asks leading Pharmaceutical companies to work with industry peers to address problems caused by unused and expired prescription drugs.
FFC raises awareness about the extensive impacts of food waste on hunger and the environment, and calls on food and restaurant companies to take action.
FFC supports agreement to significantly reduce risks and impacts of climate change drafted at the United Nations conference in Paris
FFC urges Google to ensure that its Lake Turkana Wind Power project in northern Kenya respects the human rights of nearby communities.
FFC urges FDA, EPA, and USDA to update the regulatory framework to address the health, economic, and environmental impacts of biotechnology products.