EOS has pressed companies to set science-based targets, conduct climate-risk stress tests, and make enhanced disclosures. It has also asked companies to link executive pay to the achievement of climate change outcomes, and to ensure they do not lobby policymakers or regulators to hinder the achievement of the Paris Agreement goals. In 2019, EOS continued to participate in collaborative investor initiative Climate Action 100+, which targets over 100 of the world’s largest corporate greenhouse gas emitters. The aim is to curb emissions, strengthen climate-related financial disclosures, and improve governance on climate change risk and opportunities. The ultimate goal is to help limit global warming to less than 2°C, consistent with the Paris Agreement.