We believe that companies should disclose their water management strategy, risks and opportunities on a sufficiently granular level to reflect both short- and long-term scenarios. Companies should strive to publicly report appropriate water data across operations. Public disclosure on relevant physical, regulatory or reputational water risks, and related responses, would enhance transparency and accountability on water management.
Imperial Oil Limited resolutions
|NUMBER||PROPOSAL||MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION||VOTING INTENTION|
|1||Ratify PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP as Auditors||FOR||FOR|
|2.01||Elect David W. Cornhill||FOR||FOR|
|2.02||Elect Krystyna T. Hoeg||FOR||FOR|
|2.03||Elect Richard M. Kruger||FOR||WITHHOLD|
|2.04||Elect Jack M. Mintz||FOR||FOR|
|2.05||Elect David S. Sutherland||FOR||FOR|
|2.06||Elect D.G. Wascom||FOR||FOR|
|2.07||Elect Sheelagh D. Whittaker||FOR||FOR|
|3.00||Shareholder Proposal Regarding Lobbying Report||AGAINST||FOR|
|4.00||Shareholder Proposal Regarding Assessment of the Company's Water-Related Risks||AGAINST||FOR|
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