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Market Forces

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7 Feb 2019

Since Market Forces first conducted this research at the start of 2018, companies have become more willing to acknowledge climate change risks. However, very few have fully detailed the potential implications of these risks for their particular business. Even fewer have disclosed plans to transition...

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12 Oct 2018

Market Forces, working with Vietnamese community organisations and other international NGOs, has found that equator principles (EP) signatory banks are violating those principles in their involvement in syndicates funding five Vietnamese coal-fired power stations. In doing so, they are failing the people that the principles...

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22 Aug 2018

Australia’s largest companies are making painfully slow progress towards climate risk disclosure, demonstrating a need for increased action from investors and regulators.

Since March, while companies’ reporting on climate risk governance has significantly improved, very little movement has occurred on some of the integral...

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14 Mar 2018

Market Forces analysed the public disclosures of 73 ASX100 companies that operate in sectors facing the highest levels of climate risk.

Climate risk disclosure across these companies was found to be largely inadequate, leaving investors and the public in the dark about the massive...

Report

3 Aug 2017

Market Forces’ latest research has found that 82 of Australia’s 100 largest superannuation funds disclose inadequate or no tangible evidence that they have considered the impact of climate risk on their investment portfolios.

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Report

7 Feb 2019

Since Market Forces first conducted this research at the start of 2018, companies have become more willing to acknowledge climate change risks. However, very few have fully detailed the potential implications of these risks for their particular business. Even fewer have disclosed plans to transition...

Report

12 Oct 2018

Market Forces, working with Vietnamese community organisations and other international NGOs, has found that equator principles (EP) signatory banks are violating those principles in their involvement in syndicates funding five Vietnamese coal-fired power stations. In doing so, they are failing the people that the principles...

Website

22 Aug 2018

Australia’s largest companies are making painfully slow progress towards climate risk disclosure, demonstrating a need for increased action from investors and regulators.

Since March, while companies’ reporting on climate risk governance has significantly improved, very little movement has occurred on some of the integral...

Website

14 Mar 2018

Market Forces analysed the public disclosures of 73 ASX100 companies that operate in sectors facing the highest levels of climate risk.

Climate risk disclosure across these companies was found to be largely inadequate, leaving investors and the public in the dark about the massive...

Article

5 Dec 2017

Market Forces’ research has revealed that just 7 companies in the ASX50 (14%) have disclosed scenario analyses in line with the Financial Stability Board’s Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) recommendations.

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