As Extinction Rebellion protesters blocked streets in cities from London to New York this spring, a quieter revolution was happening in the boardrooms of the world’s biggest businesses.

In polite but firm letters to company chairs and in hard-hitting conversations with directors of businesses from food producers to chemical-makers, long-term investors demanded that large groups drastically increase preparation for a low-carbon economy.

One such investor is Natasha Landell-Mills, head of stewardship at Sarasin & Partners, a British asset manager. Landell-Mills has been tasked with leading engagements with chemical companies on behalf of Climate Action 100+, a group of investors with $33 trillion in assets.

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