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Big Oil’s climate change revolt: Chevron investors demand emission cuts, court orders Shell to slash carbon

Climate activist Donald Pols, Director of Milieudefensie, reacts holding a copy of a verdict in a case brought on against Shell by environmentalist and human rights groups

By KEITH GRIFFITH

FOR DAILYMAIL.COM and REUTERS

Some of the world’s biggest oil companies are facing stark pressure from activists concerned about climate change, prompting a string of startling developments on Wednesday.

At Exxon Mobil, an activist hedge fund won two board seats, while Chevron investors voted to force the company to cut emissions and a Dutch judge order Shell to drastically cut carbon.

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