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Introduction: There is an emerging awareness of the climate and carbon risks to our superannuation funds but awareness about disclosure, advocacy and active ownership has been patchy. The Climate Institute is at the forefront in examining the assumptions behind such investment decisions and the...
Climate change represents a unique challenge to asset owners and their ability to manage global, cross-sectoral, systemic risks. It demands change management across every function of a fund.
Many asset owners have already acknowledged the need to build capacity and challenge traditional industry practices...
This report argues that a growing majority of Australians think that their country should be a leader in finding climate solutions.
Since 2007, The Climate Institute has conducted comprehensive research into Australian attitudes to climate change and related policies. We...
This report argues that investments in Australian coal resources rest on a speculative bubble that ignore their impact on global carbon budgets and their exposure to rapid devaluation.
The 51 gigatonnes of carbon pollution (GtCO2) in Australian coal reserves that companies already have on...
This report examines some of the physical impacts of climate change on the infrastructure sector and the resulting cascade of consequences for the broader economy.
The report summarises findings from a workshop conducted in December 2012 by The Climate Institute, Manidis Roberts (a part...
In order to achieve current climate change goals, Australia needs to use a long-term carbon budget approach to properly assess the risks, responsibilities and realities of doing its fair share.
Australia’s carbon laws and international negotiations are based on avoiding more than two...
This report puts Australian climate policy in the context of ongoing international action to address climate change.
Key findings:Megatrends towards greater international action on climate change continue but at an insufficient pace. For example, weighted average effective carbon prices on energy...