LobbyMap Platforms

Access LobbyMap's company and industry association profiles and metrics, and investigate regional, policy and sector-based climate policy engagement trends in real time by exploring the LobbyMap Platforms

The CA100+ Investor Hub

The CA100+ Investor Hub contains LobbyMap’s profiles and metrics for the 166 target companies under the Climate Action 100+ investor initiative, a list that accounts for up to 80% of corporate industrial greenhouse gas emissions globally. The platform holds additional resources covering the companies’ key industry associations, assessments of their corporate lobbying reviews, and briefings on relevant shareholder resolutions.

Sustainable Finance Platform

This platform contains rankings and profiles for 80+ of the largest financial institutions in Europe and the US, along with their industry associations. Its focus is on their engagement with sustainable finance policy. The platform contains links to InfluenceMap reports relating to sustainable finance and "live lobbying updates" – the most significant lobbying developments on sustainable finance tracked by the LobbyMap team, updated on a weekly basis.

Latest Reports

Big Oil's Agenda on Climate Change 2022

September 2022

Following up on InfluenceMap's 2019 edition of 'Big Oil's Real Agenda', this latest report compares and contrasts the public communications, business operations, and policy engagement of 5 'supermajor' oil companies: BP, Shell, Chevron, ExxonMobil, and TotalEnergies. The report provides evidence ...

Airlines and European Climate Policy

July 2022

New research shows how legacy airlines are leading opposition to European climate policy, amidst a growing divide within the airline industry in their climate policy engagement.

The US Oil/Gas Industry and the War in Ukraine

May, 2022

This research details an active effort from the US oil and gas industry capitalize on the war in Ukraine to advocate for long-standing policy asks relating to the continued expansion of oil and gas. The research looks at the month following the invasion of Ukraine on the 24th February 2022. This ...

Live Lobbying Updates

LobbyMap updates its assessment of companies and industry associations on a weekly basis. Live lobbying updates provide key updates of how these organizations are attempting to influence climate-related policy debates in real-time.

JISF supports Japan's 2050 goal while opposing environmental taxation policies

06 October 2022

In a position paper on the fiscal 2023 tax reform, published on its website on September 29, Japan Iron and Steel Federation (JISF) advocated against the carbon tax, Tax for Climate Change Mitigation, and emissions trading, while stating support for Japan’s 2050 carbon neutrality goal. It also advocated for tax exemptions for coking coal used in steel production and stated that thermal power generation “will continue to be necessary in the future.” Additionally, it requested increased financial support for technological development to decarbonize steel production, as well as “carbon-free electricity and hydrogen,” while supporting hydrogen reduction steelmaking, without specifying a position on its decarbonization.

Advanced Energy Economy welcomes New Yorks adoption of the Advanced Clean Cars II regulation

06 October 2022

In a September 29th press release, Advanced Energy Economy supported New York Governor Hochul’s directive to the State Department of Environmental Conservation to formally adopt the Advanced Clean Cars II (ACC II) rule. New York is the second state to move forward with adopting the rule, which California finalized in August 2022 and establishes a 2035 ZEV target for new sales of passenger cars, pickup trucks, and SUVs.

Consolidated Edison and Ford urge the Biden Administration to propose federal emissions standards for cars

06 October 2022

According to a September 29th press release published by The Climate Group, Con Edison and Ford Motor were present at the organization’s EV100 campaign event during Climate Week NYC and advocated for the Biden administration to move forward with proposing federal clean car standards for models years 2027 and beyond.