The April 2022 edition of Insightia Monthly is out now, exploring the Securities and Exchange Commisison’s (SEC) hotly anticipated climate disclosure policy in great detail, as well as the responses of leading investors. We also delve into the evolution of activist engagements in South Korea after the number of domestically-driven activist demands has seen a sharp increase.

The magazine also profiles ClimateEarth climate accountability lead Sophie Marjanac who shares with Insightia Monthly more information on the company’s decision to sue oil & gas giant Shell, how boards can be held accountable for climate risk oversight, and whether divestment is an effective method by which investors can encourage companies to reduce their carbon footprint.

We also analyze why S&P 500 power tool manufacturer Stanley Black & Decker is vulnerable to activism.

Subscribers can download the full issue here.

You can also listen to our podcast which runs you through the magazine with its editor Rebecca Sherratt.