Reports

Outside its coverage of proxy season developments during the first half of each year, Si2 produces special reports for members and the general public, digging deeper into contentious issues facing investors and companies, enabling intelligent discussion of their complexities.


Special Reports


Reports to date include (click PDF icon to read):


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SNAPSHOT

DATE

AUTHOR(S)



2019 Si2 Action Report: Amazon.com - Diversity, Decent Work and Pay Links

Amazon.com received an unprecedented number of shareholder resolutions in 2019, including four explored in this Si2 Action Report on issues connected to diversity. Conservative proponents asked about sexual harassment and board member ideological diversity. Others sought information on pay diversity and executive pay links to diversity metrics.

Apr 24, 2019

Kit Slack



State of Integrated and Sustainability Reporting 2018

Large public company sustainability reporting is maturing rapidly, with financial data presented alongside growing social and environmental metrics and quantified goals. But despite investor interest, most companies in the S&P 500 have not adopted fully integrated corporate reporting, a new report reveals.

Nov 14, 2018

Sol Kwon



2018 Si2 Action Report - Opioid Crisis - Rite Aid

Analysis of shareholder proposal seeking disclosure about governance and disclosure related to the opioid crisis.

Oct 03, 2018

Heidi Welsh



SPECIAL REPORT: Spending Against Change

This assessment of 21 leading energy and utility companies examines board oversight of climate risk, the extent of corporate board expertise and how companies govern and spend on corporate political activity. The 21 firms spent half a billion dollars to lobbying government officials and affect election outcomes in the most recent three full election cycles. (Report co-authors Sara Murphy and Robin Young.)

Feb 22, 2018

Heidi Welsh



Utility Climate Change Readiness: A Business Plan Analysis

Five of the largest U.S. utilities are unprepared for the economic risks of climate change. Their business strategies are inconsistent with the scientific realities of climate change and the accompanying financial, strategic, operational and competitive risks.

May 15, 2017

Sara E. Murphy



How Leading U.S. Corporations Govern and Spend on State Lobbying

Mar 01, 2017

Heidi Welsh



SPECIAL REPORT: Top 25 U.S. Utilities - Climate Change, Corporate Governance & Politics

Apr 14, 2016

Sara E. Murphy



SPECIAL REPORT: U.S. Companies and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Sep 14, 2015

Sara E. Murphy



SPECIAL REPORT: Nanotechnology and the S&P 500: Small Sizes, Big Questions

Oct 07, 2014

Susan Williams



SPECIAL REPORT: Board Oversight of Sustainability Issues

Mar 31, 2014



SPECIAL REPORT: Integrated Reporting in the United States

Apr 26, 2013



SPECIAL REPORT: Investor Risks Looming in the Niger Delta

Jul 24, 2012



SPECIAL REPORT: Discovering Shale Gas - Hydraulic Fracturing (2012)

Mar 08, 2012

Susan Williams



SPECIAL REPORT: Corporate Governance of Political Expenditures (2011)

Nov 10, 2011

Heidi Welsh



SPECIAL REPORT: How Companies Influence Elections (2010)

Oct 14, 2010

Heidi Welsh