by The Canadian Press Posted Mar 7, 2017 11:51 am MDT Last Updated Mar 7, 2017 at 12:40 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email TORONTO – Teck Resources has received a growing number of inquiries from shareholders about how climate change and carbon pricing will affect its operations, an official with the Canadian mining giant said.Speaking at the world’s largest annual gathering for the mining industry, currently underway in Toronto, Chris Adachi said the company is receiving “very detailed inquiries” about climate change from investors and other stakeholders.Adachi, who helps manage Teck’s (TSX:TECK.B) carbon strategy, told attendees at the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada convention that the inquiries have been ramping up in recent years.For example, stakeholders are asking how the company thinks about carbon pricing and various climate change scenarios during the project design process, he said.Teck is a mining and mineral development company headquartered in Vancouver, B.C. that focuses on copper, coal, zinc and energy.It owns or has interests in mines in Canada, the U.S., Peru and Chile.Follow @alexposadzki on Twitter. Shareholders increasingly concerned about impact of climate change: Teck exec
She added: “When I arrived, the men with the horse had already left, dragging the trap away with them. “Witnesses provided photos of the suspected owners taking off the trap and leaving the horse in the road.”The inspector added that although the incident must have been “a shock”, she claimed the men had “abandoned” the horse to its fate by leaving the scene.The horse, which escaped without broken bones, is now at boarding stables and should make a full recovery, according to vets. Undated handout photo issued by the RSPCA of two men that the organisation wish to speak to as a horse was left bleeding in the roadCredit:RSPCA/PA Anyone who recognises the horse, or the men in the pictures are being urged to contact the RSPCA by calling 0300 123 8018.The incident came as the charity said the number of horses rescued had reached a four-year high, with 1,000 rescued in 2017 and 928 still under its care. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. Meanwhile, a family travelling in the car escaped unscathed despite the seven-year-old mare shattering the windscreen and severely denting the Volkswagen Golf’s front-end.RSPCA inspector Vicki Taylor, who was on the scene alongside police, said: “The horse was lying in the road and bleeding where the smashed windscreen had cut into her front and legs.”This was a shocking sight and she was clearly suffering.” The car which collided with the horse was left badly damaged with a smashed windscreenCredit:RSCPA/PA The injured animal has now been taken to stables to recuperateCredit:RSPCA/PA Hit and run carriage riders who left a horse for dead are being hunted by the RSPCA.The animal welfare charity is now appealing for the public’s help in tracing those believed to be the animal’s owners, after they left the injured horse at the scene.The charity has issued photographs of two men it wants to speak to about the incident which happened in Great Bridge Road, Bilston, West Midlands, on Sunday afternoon.The horse had been pulling a trap and was part of a procession of other carriages, when the incident happened.Members of the public were left to help the animal, which was “bleeding profusely” from wounds to her front and legs, animal welfare officers said.