Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility members and associates as of Jan. 1 filed 299 shareholder resolutions at 147 companies for the 2006 proxy season, according to the ICCR EthVest database. The organization has filed the most resolutions — 11 — with ExxonMobil Corp., Irving, Texas; followed by seven with Wal-Mart Stores Inc., Bentonville, Ark.; and six with Chevron Corp., San Ramon, Calif.
The resolutions focus on: environment and sustainability; human rights and worker rights; health-related issues; inclusiveness and diversity; corporate governance; lobbying activities; military and violence issues; and financial matters.
ICCR members comprise faith-based investors, foundations, religious orders, health-care systems and pension funds with combined investments of more than $110 billion.