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While votes on climate-related shareholder resolutions often take center stage at corporate annual meetings, they seldom draw support from the two top U.S. index fund firms: BlackRock and Vanguard, @Reuters investigation shows https://reut.rs/2AR5TZ4 by @RossKerber @macmutual
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam said she has 'very limited' room to resolve the political crisis engulfing the city as the unrest has become a national security and sovereignty issue for China amid rising tensions with the U.S. Read the full @specialreports:
In interviews, lawmakers, security sources and people with links to Egyptian intelligence describe how President Sisi’s supporters rewrote key passages of the constitution to give the president and military greater power. Read the full @specialreports: https://reut.rs/2Kcc7Zb
A Trump Pentagon appointee unexpectedly moved to terminate a prestigious panel of military scientists known as Jason. @specialreports investigates the purge and what it means for the escalating conflict between the administration and science https://reut.rs/2SS1ZaB
Landscape painter Lionel Playford is one the Cloud Appreciation Society’s 47,000 members. His work has value to climate scientists, including a group of young oceanographers whom he joined on a German icebreaker as an artist-in-residence https://reut.rs/2Yh6PPV
As miners in Ghana go for gold, they are poisoning rivers, farmland - and themselves. @specialreports investigates how high gold prices and cheap equipment are driving a #newgoldrush and luring millions to informal mines that feed, and slowly poison them: https://reut.rs/2YafG5W
As the Conservative Party chooses its next leader and the UK’s next prime minister, @specialreports reveals the private views of an influential figure over British politics: former Russian tycoon Alexander Temerko. Read the full report: https://reut.rs/2XZB8KP
The detention of a Chinese businessman in Poland earlier this year had elements of a classic Cold War thriller, updated for the 21st century. Read our @SpecialReports investigation: https://reut.rs/2NBLMY2 by @JoannaPlucinska, @GQReuters, @AlicjaPtak4, @Stecklow
When a Chinese hacking group breached Hewlett Packard’s systems, company security fought back. But the hackers stayed a step ahead and returned, beginning a cycle that continued for at least five years. @specialreports details the ‘Cloud Hopper’ attacks https://reut.rs/2ILM5uV