This report outlines the pivotal role that AGL plays in fuelling climate change in Australia, as the owner of the country’s most polluting coal burning power stations, and the environmental and economic benefits of AGL shifting to renewable energy.
Last year, some of Australia’s biggest brands made the switch to 100% renewable electricity. Twenty-eight of Australia’s largest electricity-using companies and institutions have committed to source 100% of their electricity from renewable energy. This snapshot report outlines some of the highlights of 2020.
This report analyses 22 of Australia’s biggest emitters within the resources sector. It evaluates each company’s alignment with the global goal of net zero emissions by 2050, based on its stated commitments and actions.
To assess climate risk, investors require sufficiently granular climate-related disclosure to adequately understand their investment exposure and consider the impacts of transition and physical risks. This research provides an overview of the current state of climate-related disclosures in ASX200 companies.
This report captures the views of investors who are reading and using company reporting to inform investment decisions, manage portfolio level risk and set strategies for transitioning to net zero emissions. It sets out what investors expect from the next generation of climate reports, how...
As investors and capital providers, banks are significant to Australia’s transition to a net zero emissions economy. This report finds that 85 per cent of the banks assessed are taking steps to reduce their investment and lending portfolio emissions, but that these commitments are not...
This is the first in a series of Net Zero Momentum Tracker assessments that focus on key sectors of the Australian economy. The Net Zero Momentum Tracker is an initiative that demonstrates progress towards net zero greenhouse gas emissions in Australia.