When the tiny activist hedge fund Engine No. 1 won a proxy fight in May and captured two seats on Exxon Mobil’s board, it crystalized the degree to which investors are embracing environmental, social and governance concerns.

A number of much more significant institutional investors, including BlackRock, Vanguard and State Street, ultimately supported the fight, stunning the largest publicly traded energy company in the world.

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