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The Financial Assault, Part 3: The DOL encourages fund managers to trade portfolio value for political activism

In a stunning display of political gamesmanship, the US Labor Department issued an “interpretive bulletin” last week that “encouraged financial advisers to take a more active and vocal role in evaluating companies on their social and environmental positions, including climate change,” according to a recent ClimateWire article.

Climate Change and the SEC

Join Alex Adams as he talks to AFPM Executive Vice President Brendan Williams on the new climate and sustainability directives the Securities and Exchange Commission could be considering - and how that would affect the oil and gas industry.

AFPM Supports House Ozone Implementation Act

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers (AFPM) applauds the House Energy & Commerce Committee for passing H.R. 4775, the “Ozone Implementation Act of 2016” and urges the House of Representatives to take further action on this critical piece of legislation.