Ford Motor Co.’s report on climate change, released yesterday, is a reconfiguration of its past stated environmental policies, but with a twist. “This is the first time Ford has committed to engage on a policy level,” says Patricia Daly, executive director of the New Jersey-based Tri-State Coalition of Responsible Investment. “Which means going to Congress and working for policy changes.” Daly is part of a crusading contingent of investors that filed a resolution against Ford last year, ...
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