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Shareholder Proposals

Trillium exercises the shareholder’s right to file a shareholder proposal asking companies to implement a specific policy or action. These proposals can come up for a vote at the company’s annual meeting and can be a key rallying point of a larger campaign to change a corporation’s behavior. In some cases, companies agree to make changes in exchange for the withdrawal of the proposals prior to the vote.

Note: Trillium is a co-filer on proposals marked with an asterisk (*).

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Xilinx - Board / Executive Diversity (2017)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn following the company’s agreement to revise its corporate governance documents. The revisions embed a commitment to diversity inclusive of gender, race and ethnicity by stating in any candidate search the Nominating and Governance Committee will be guided in its responsibilities to “actively seek out candidates reflecting a diversity of backgrounds, perspectives, experiences, genders, races and ethnicities.
Smuckers - Environmental Reporting / Disclosure (2017)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn following a commitment from the J.M. Smucker Company to expand its discussion of how its agricultural products are affected by climate change and how it is working to mitigate these impacts.
Smuckers - Sustainable Agriculture (2017)*
Outcome: Withdrawn after management agreed to provide disclosures regarding pesticide use management in its supply chain beginning in September 2017 and to acknowledge risks associated with declining pollinator health.
Target - Environmental Reporting / Disclosure (2017)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn. Following a constructive dialogue, Target has committed to expand food waste related disclosures in its Corporate Social Responsibility Report in 2017. This report will describe how and why Target is working to manage food waste as well as provide an overview of how Target will be moving forward in its management and reporting of this critical issue.
Dentsply - Board / Executive Diversity (2017)*
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn following the company’s agreement to revise its corporate governance documents to further emphasize a policy of inclusiveness and articulate the Governance Committee’s responsibility to recommend candidates with a diversity of ethnicity, race and gender in each pool of candidates from which Board nominees are chosen.
CVS Health Corp - Social (2017)*
Outcome: Omitted by SEC
Chipotle Mexican Grill - Environmental Reporting / Disclosure (2017)*
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn following commitment to issue first sustainability report in 2017.
EOG Resources - Emissions and Climate (2017)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn as the company will be improving its methane emissions disclosures.
United Parcel Services - Renewable Energy (2017)*
Outcome: Last November, we co-filed a shareholder proposal encouraging UPS to set a target for using renewable energy. After some negotiation, UPS agreed to announce that it is exploring a renewable energy goal as part of a revamp of its overall climate strategy, and the company joined a group of investors led by Zevin in an intensive dialogue on climate change that will continue through 2017.
Bank of America - Emissions and Climate (2017)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn following a commitment from the company to continue substantive dialogue on this issue.
Zimmer Biomet - Board Accountability (2017)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn following company commitment to establish explicit Board Committee responsibility for oversight of product safety and quality. This oversight responsibility will be added to the Charter of the existing Research, Innovation and Technology Committee of the Board. This existing standing Committee will be re-named to incorporate the word “Quality”. The Board also agreed to prioritize product safety and quality and to bolster public disclosures related to product safety and quality in its forthcoming Annual Report on Form 10-K and Proxy Statement.
TJX Companies - Social (2017)
Outcome: Omitted by SEC
Home Depot - Social (2017)
Outcome: Omitted by SEC
Verizon - Privacy (2017)
Outcome: Omitted by SEC
Chipotle Mexican Grill - Social (2017)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn following commitment to issue statement on its position on public policy issues, including minimum wage policy
EOG Resources - Workplace Diversity (2017)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn following EOG’s commitment to include gender identity in non-discrimination workplace policies.
Dentsply - Workplace Diversity (2017)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn following the company’s revision of the Equal Employment Opportunity Policy to include protections based on gender identity and expression.
Tractor Supply Company - Emissions and Climate, Environment (2017)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn following a commitment from the company to set quantitative greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction targets. The goals will cover both scope 1 and scope 2 emissions from their 1,600 stores located across 49 states. The company has committed to make these goals public by the end of 2018. Following their emissions evaluation Tractor Supply will begin responding to the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP).
Verisk Analytics - Workplace Diversity (2017)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn after company committed to revising its Code of Business Conduct and Ethics to include discrimination protections based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
A. O. Smith Corporation - Environmental Reporting / Disclosure (2017)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn based on a commitment to enhance reporting and continue dialogue in 2017.
Jones Lang LaSalle - Workplace Diversity (2017)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn following the company’s increased commitment to expand disclosure around diversity policies and programs, and to release its annual EEO-1 workforce diversity data.
BlackRock - Proxy Voting (2017)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn following a productive dialogue around how the asset manager engages portfolio companies on workplace equality issues. During our dialogue BlackRock issued its Investment Stewardship Team’s first ever engagement priorities outlining ESG focus areas for 2017-2018. Among these priorities is human capital management, where BlackRock plans to probe companies on their approach to employee development, diversity, equal employment opportunity, health and safety, labor relations, and supply chain labor standards. Additionally, BlackRock has clarified the Investment Stewardship Team’s willingness to vote against management when “companies are insufficiently responsive to our efforts to protect the long-term economic interests of our clients.” BlackRock's linkage of its proxy voting to diversity and equal employment opportunity gives us confidence that the LGBT discrimination concerns we raised with BlackRock in the shareholder proposal will be getting priority attention and will impact voting analysis.
Fifth Third Bancorp - Workplace Diversity (2017)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn following a commitment from the company to expand workforce diversity reporting.
Aflac - Workplace Diversity (2017)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn following a commitment from the company to release comprehensive workforce diversity data.
PNC Financial Services - Political / Lobbying Spending (2017)*
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn when company committed to significant improvements to political spending disclosure.
F5 Networks - Workplace Diversity (2017)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn following company commitment to disclose strategies, action plans and reporting in upcoming Corporate Social Responsibility Report, March-April 2017.
Costco - Environmental Reporting / Disclosure (2017)*
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn in recognition of the company’s recent progress in reducing food waste, its intention to report on its efforts, and a commitment to continued dialogue on the issue.
Visa - Workplace Diversity (2017)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn in exchange for Visa agreeing to disclose annual EEO-1 workforce diversity data as well as its strategies to drive diversity & inclusion improvements, including talent and pipeline initiatives, and strategies by which leadership will track performance and accountability.
Smuckers - Human Rights (2016)*
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn based on commitments made by the company concerning its social compliance program.
Men's Wearhouse - Social (2016)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn following a commitment from the company to conduct an environmental and social materiality assessment and issue annual sustainability reports. The reports, which will focus on the TLRD’s material environmental and social issues, will begin in 2017.
Mastercard, Inc - Emissions and Climate (2016)*
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn following a commitment from the company to set GHG reduction targets by the end of the year.
Stifel Financial - Board / Executive Diversity (2016)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn after the company added gender diversity to its board and committed to governance document revisions.
Citrix Systems - Workplace Diversity (2016)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn after the company committed to several initiatives which include reporting annual EEO-1 workforce diversity data: publishing details, including oversight, of its diversity and inclusion programs, and setting time-bound diversity and inclusion goals by December, 2016.
Amgen - Renewable Energy (2016)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn following a commitment from the company to include greater disclosure of current and future renewable energy projects in its Environmental Sustainability Report.
Akamai Technologies - Renewable Energy (2016)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn following a commitment from the company to set quantitative renewable energy goals.
TJX Companies - Social (2016)*
Outcome: Omitted by SEC
Southwestern Energy - Workplace Diversity (2016)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn following the company’s amendment to its EEO policy to include sexual orientation and gender identity or expression.
First Republic Bank - Workplace Diversity (2016)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn following the company’s amendment to its EEO policy to include sexual orientation and gender identity.
Union Pacific - Board / Executive Diversity (2016)*
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn following the company’s commitment to amend its corporate governance documents to include a policy to actively seek out highly qualified women and individuals from minority groups for consideration as nominees to the Board
Church & Dwight Co. - Environmental Reporting / Disclosure (2016)*
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn subject to the company’s commitment to responsibly source palm oil materials that are free of deforestation and human rights impacts.
WhiteWave Foods - (2016)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn subject to the company's commitment to sustainably and responsibly source palm oil.
Chipotle Mexican Grill - Social (2016)
Outcome: Omitted by SEC
EOG Resources - Emissions and Climate (2016)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn subject to the company's commitment to disclose its methane emissions rate, its LDAR program, and to include methane issues in its 2016 proxy materials.
Nordstrom - Workplace: Health and Safety (2016)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn following the company’s commitment to disclose the progress it has made to curtail human rights violations in its supply chain by the end of the second quarter of 2016.
Marathon Petroleum Corp - Political / Lobbying Spending (2016)
Outcome: The proposal was withdrawn by Trillium for technical reasons
PPG - Executive Compensation (2016)*
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn following the company’s commitment to disclose sustainability linkage to annual executive performance and incentive compensation reviews in its 2016 proxy statement.
American Express - Workplace: Labor-Management Relations (2016)
Outcome: Withdrawn on a technical basis
AT&T - Renewable Energy (2016)
Outcome: Trillium withdrew our proposal following AT&T’s announcement of new renewable energy goals; which coincidentally happened one day after we filed the proposal.
Adobe Systems - Workplace Diversity (2016)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn after Adobe published an expanded section of its website that includes its annual EEO-1 workforce diversity data and provides meaningful disclosures around its strategies aimed at building the pipeline of diverse employee candidates starting in grades K-12; and initiatives focused on attracting and retaining women and underrepresented minorities in its workforce.
Hologic - Emissions and Climate (2016)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn after a commitment from Hologic to publish GHG reduction goals by September 2016.
F5 Networks - Workplace Diversity (2015)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn after the company confirmed and publicized their LGBT-inclusive nondiscrimination & EEO policies.
Palo Alto Networks, Inc. - Board / Executive Diversity (2015)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn following the company’s agreement to institutionalize a commitment to board diversity inclusive of gender, race and national origin
FedEx - Community Relations / Impact, Social (2015)*
Outcome: Omitted by SEC. This proposal was subsequently introduced as a "floor proposal" at the September 28, 2015 meeting.
Lowe's Company - Product Integrity (2015)*
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn after the company announced that it will phase out neonicotinoids (“neonics”) as suitable alternatives become available, redouble existing integrated pest management practices for suppliers and provide additional material educating customers about pollinator health.
ExxonMobil - Workplace Diversity (2015)*
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn after the company expanded their Equal Opportunity Employment and non-discrimination policies to include “sexual orientation” and “gender identity”.
Priceline Group - Privacy (2015)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn after the company committed to update its Board’s Audit Committee charter and proxy materials to include responsibility regarding regulatory, legislative, and reputational privacy and data security risks that confront the company.
Citrix Systems - Board / Executive Diversity (2015)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn after the company agreed to add language to its Corporate Governance Guidelines to include diversity, including gender and race, to the qualities it seeks in its Board members.
Marathon Petroleum Corp - Political / Lobbying Spending (2015)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn after the company published on its website significantly improved disclosures of political and lobbying spending disclosures. In addition to direct spending disclosures, the website disclosures include aggregate totals of indirect spending. Since aggregate totals is not best practice, we will continue to engage the company and encourage it to provide itemized amounts for indirect spending.
3M - Emissions and Climate (2015)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn following a commitment from the company that it will set quantitative goals for the sourcing and/or production of renewable energy.
Yum! Brands - Environmental Reporting / Disclosure, Sustainable Agriculture (2015)*
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn after the the company publicly committed to sourcing 100% of its palm oil from responsible and sustainable sources by 2017.
eBay - Board / Executive Diversity (2015)*
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn after the company agreed to revise its Governance Guidelines to include gender and racial diversity among the qualities it seeks in its board members.
Chipotle Mexican Grill - Board / Executive Diversity (2015)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn after the company agreed to amend its Corporate Governance Guidelines and Nominating & Corporate Governance Charter to ensure that women are in the pool from which Board nominees are chosen.
PPG - Environmental Reporting / Disclosure (2015)*
Outcome: Omitted by the SEC on February 26, 2015
Umpqua Holdings Corporation - Environmental Reporting / Disclosure (2015)
Outcome: Withdrawn following a commitment from the company to engage in ongoing dialogue on the issue.
National Fuel Gas - Social, Workplace Diversity (2015)
Outcome: 33.7%. On April 8, 2015, NFG updated their EEO policy to include "gender identity".
Mineral Technologies - Workplace Diversity (2015)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn after the company expanded its Equal Opportunity and Anti-Harassment policies to explicitly prohibit discrimination on the basis of gender identity.
Costco - Emissions and Climate (2015)*
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn following several commitments from the company including resuming participation in the CDP (Carbon Disclosure Project). In addition, Costco's next sustainability report in 2015 will include a discussion of the company's approach to energy use within the context of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change recommendations and the Copenhagen Accord's agreement to attempt to limit global warming to 2 degrees Celsius.
Hain Celestial Group - Sustainable Agriculture (2014)*
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn following a commitment from the company to include information on their pesticide use in their next Corporate Sustainability Report, which is targeted for publication by the end of 2014.
FedEx - Community Relations / Impact, Human Rights (2014)*
Outcome: Omitted by SEC.  The proposal was subsequently introduced as a "floor proposal" at the September 29, 2014 annual meeting.
Lincoln Electric Holdings - Emissions and Climate, Environment (2014)*
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn following commitments from the company that it will publish long-term goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
PepsiCo - Emissions and Climate, Environment (2014)*
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn. Company has adopted a zero tolerance policy for illegal activities in its supply chain regarding land displacements of any legitimate land tenure holders.
Panera Bread Company - Environmental Reporting / Disclosure, Governance (2014)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn following a commitment from the company to publish a sustainability report by December 1, 2015. Panera will conduct a materiality assessment in 2014 in order to identify and prioritize issues that are material to the company.
Cerner Corporation - Board / Executive Diversity, Governance (2014)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn. The Company will amend its Corporate Governance Guidelines and Nominating, Governance and Public Policy Committee Charter in order to seek increased diversity among Board members.
Jarden Corporation - Environment, Environmental Reporting / Disclosure (2014)
Outcome: Successfully Withdrawn. The company has agreed to enter into a good faith dialogue concerning product chemical content and opportunities and risk facing the company's brands.
Lowe's Company - Emissions and Climate, Environment (2014)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn following commitments from the company to set quantitative targets for the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.
Church & Dwight Co. - Emissions and Climate, Environment (2014)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn following commitments from the company that it will set quantitative goals for the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions in its products and operations.
Valmont Industries - Emissions and Climate, Environment (2014)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn following commitments from the company to improve disclosures of measurement around greenhouse gas reduction initiatives.
Hess Corporation - Governance, Political / Lobbying Spending (2014)
Outcome: Successfully Withdrawn. The company has committed to fully disclose its trade association memberships and the other tax exempt organizations which it makes contributions to, as well as the portion of those payments that are used for political activities.
AT&T - Emerging Technology Issues, Social (2014)*
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn. Company will publish semi-annual reports regarding requests for customer information by U.S. and foreign governments.
Westinghouse Air Brake Tech - Board / Executive Diversity, Governance (2014)
Outcome: Successfully Withdrawn. The company will amend its Corporate Governance Principles, Proxy Statement, and Nominating & Corporate Governance Committee Charter to ensure that women are in the pool from which Board nominees are chosen.
Amgen - Governance, Political / Lobbying Spending (2014)
Outcome: Successfully Withdrawn. Beginning in 2014, Amgen will annually disclose its membership in trade associations along with the amounts the trade associations spend from its fees for non-deductible lobbying activities.
eBay - Emerging Technology Issues, Social (2013)
Outcome: This post contains information for eBay Shareholders Regarding Trillium’s 2013 Shareholder Proposal
East West Bancorp - Social, Workplace Diversity (2013)*
Outcome: Successfully Withdrawn. The company has updated their employment and non-discrimination policies to explicitly prohibit discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and/or gender identity and expression.
Endo Pharmaceuticals - Governance, Political / Lobbying Spending (2013)
Outcome: Successfully Withdrawn. The company is now providing some of the highest level of lobbying spending transparency in the pharmaceutical industry.
Lowe's Company - Board / Executive Diversity, Governance (2013)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn following a commitment from the company to amend their governance documents to include a clear definition of diversity, inclusive of gender and race, and make diversity an intentional part of board nominee search criteria.
Amgen - Governance, Workplace Diversity (2013)
Outcome: Successfully Withdrawn
Superior Energy Services - Board / Executive Diversity, Governance (2013)*
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn following a commitment from the company to amend its governance documents to include a clear definition of diversity, inclusive of gender and race, and make diversity an intentional part of board nominee search criteria.
Hartford Financial Services - Board / Executive Diversity, Governance (2013)*
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn following a commitment from the company to amend their governance documents to include a clear definition of diversity, inclusive of gender and race, and make diversity an intentional part of board nominee search criteria.
CenturyLink - Governance, Political / Lobbying Spending (2013)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn following a commitment from the company to publish a semi-annual political spending report.
Sealed Air Corporation - Social, Workplace Diversity (2013)
Outcome: Successfully Withdrawn. The company has updated their employment and non-discrimination policies to explicitly prohibit discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and/or gender identity and expression.
Yum! Brands - Environment, Sustainable Agriculture (2013)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn following dialogue and firm commitments from the company to move away from unsustainable palm oil.
AT&T - Emerging Technology Issues, Social (2013)
Outcome: Successfully Withdrawn
Zimmer Biomet - Board / Executive Diversity, Governance (2013)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn following a commitment from the company to amend their governance documents to include a clear definition of diversity, inclusive of gender and race, and make diversity an intentional part of board nominee search criteria.
Apple Inc - Privacy, Social (2013)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn after the company updated its Board’s Audit and Finance Committee charter to include responsibility regarding regulatory, legislative, and reputational privacy risks that confront the company.
Smuckers - Environment, Sustainable Agriculture (2012)*
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn following the announcement of new initiatives that are outlined in Smucker’s 2012 corporate responsibility report.
Anadarko Petroleum - Environment, Environmental Reporting / Disclosure (2012)*
Outcome: Successfully Withdrawn. The company agreed to expand and improve its public reporting on hydraulic fracturing.
Chubb - Governance, Political / Lobbying Spending (2012)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn following a commitment from the company to  make improvement in their transparency and accountability in its corporate spending on political activities.
Halliburton - Governance, Political / Lobbying Spending (2012)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn following a commitment from the company to  make improvement in their transparency and accountability in its corporate spending on political activities.
Newell Rubbermaid - Product Integrity, Social (2012)
Outcome: Successfully Withdrawn.
State Street - Governance, Political / Lobbying Spending (2012)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn following a commitment from the company to  make improvement in their transparency and accountability in its corporate spending on political activities.
FedEx - Human Rights, Social (2012)*
Outcome: Successfully Withdrawn
Sysco - Emissions and Climate, Environment (2011)
Outcome: Successfully Withdrawn. The company agreed to participate in the Carbon Disclosure Project, the Carbon Disclosure Project Water Survey, and to fully develop its sustainability strategy to include areas such as water scarcity and sustainable agriculture
Lowe's Company - Social, Workplace Diversity (2011)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn. The company responded very positively and quickly to our request, and now its 200,000 employees are protected by an up-to-date policy that includes gender expression.
Dentsply - Environment, Product Integrity (2011)
Outcome: Successfully Withdrawn
Gardner Denver - Social, Workplace Diversity (2011)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn. The company's nondiscrimination policies now cover lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered workers.
CenturyLink - Privacy, Social (2011)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn. The company has agreed to incorporate privacy and freedom of expression responsibilities into its governing documents.
3M - Governance, Political / Lobbying Spending (2011)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn after the company demonstrated that they had improved their oversight of political contributions and the procedures in place for vetting potential recipients.
Target - Governance, Political / Lobbying Spending (2011)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn after the company demonstrated that they had reviewed and improved their oversight of political contributions and the procedures in place for vetting potential recipients.
Best Buy - Governance, Political / Lobbying Spending (2011)*
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn after the company demonstrated that they had reviewed and improved their oversight of political contributions and the procedures in place for vetting potential recipients.
State Street - Governance, Political / Lobbying Spending (2010)
Outcome: Successfully Withdrawn. The company agreed further dialogue with Trillium and the Center for Political Accountability to explore expanded disclosure options.
Questar - Social, Workplace Diversity (2010)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn following confirmation that the company's nondiscrimination policies cover lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered workers.
Plum Creek Timber - Executive Compensation, Governance (2010)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn. The company agreed to begin putting executive compensation to a vote beginning in 2011.
Intel - Governance, Shareholder Rights (2010)
Outcome: Successfully withdrawn after the company discontinued plans to conduct shareholder meetings exclusively online.
Google - Environment, Environmental Reporting / Disclosure (2010)
Outcome: 5.47% (Note: 33.94 of non-executive, non-director shares)
Whole Foods Market - Board Accountability, Governance (2010)*
Outcome: Successfully Withdrawn. After the shareholder proposal was filed, CEO John Mackey stepped down as Chairman of the Board
Macy's - Environment, Product Integrity (2009)
Outcome: Successfully Withdrawn
Goldman Sachs - Responsible Lending, Social (2009)
Outcome: Successfully Withdrawn
Intel - Executive Compensation, Governance (2009)
Outcome: Successfully Withdrawn
Nucor Corp - Human Rights, Social (2008)
Outcome: Successfully Withdrawn
Pentair - Social, Workplace Diversity (2008)
Outcome: Successfully Withdrawn
Merrill Lynch - Human Rights, Social (2008)
Outcome: Successfully Withdrawn
Halliburton - Social, Workplace Diversity (2007)
Outcome: Successfully Withdrawn
Nucor Corp - Social, Workplace Diversity (2007)
Outcome: Successfully Withdrawn
Pfizer - Executive Compensation, Governance (2007)*
Outcome: Successfully Withdrawn.
Apple Inc - Environment, Product Integrity (2007)*
Outcome: Successfully Withdrawn
Wal-Mart - Social, Workplace Diversity (2005-2006)
Outcome: Successfully Withdrawn
Ford Motor - Environment (2004-2005)
Outcome: Successfully Withdrawn
Avon - Environment, Product Integrity (2004)
Outcome: Successfully Withdrawn.
ChevronTexaco - Human Rights, Social (2002-2003)
Outcome: Successfully Withdrawn
Citigroup - Responsible Lending, Social (2001-2002)
Outcome: Successfully Withdrawn

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