Next it was at their investor meetings, from activists taking over question time or lobbying for larger emissions cuts.
- Nick Toscano and Charlotte Grieve
- The Sydney Morning Herald
These, too, could often be ignored. But now, the winds of change are blowing in boardrooms.
Last month – in May 2021 – Big Oil’s climate reckoning made history.
It was “potentially a watershed moment”, UBS Australia’s energy analyst Tom Allen says.
At America’s ExxonMobil, the $US265 billion ($343 billion) behemoth that for many years was the most valuable company on…