|Payable Days' is the number of days a company takes to pay its suppliers. Investors often learn in 'Finance 101' courses that the longer a company takes to pay its suppliers the stronger its bargaining power is with them. Consequently, this is considered ...|
|The Singapore Exchange (SGX) is developing a carbon exchange and marketplace with an aim to launch by the end of 2021.|
|An Australian seaport has secured more than a half a billion dollars in sustainability-linked and green loans as part of a broader refinancing transaction.|
|Companies that set with the Science-based Targets to reduce climate change risk are a "strong indicator of future performance on emissions reduction" and this information can be useful in constructing fixed income portfolios, according to Federated Hermes.|
|APRA is developing a framework to assess Australia's largest banks for their vulnerability to climate risk.|
|Recent governance failures at companies such as Rio Tinto and AMP show the risks and damage caused when decisions are disconnected from stakeholder interests, according to a new guide to stakeholder engagement by the Australian Institute of Company Directors ...|
|The New Zealand government has introduced world-first legislation that will require listed companies, banks, insurers and fund managers to make public climate risk-related disclosures.|
|Supermarket giant Coles has committed to reducing its carbon emissions by more than 75% by 2030 and is aiming to do so without carbon offsets.|
|A leading real estate developer and investment group has become the largest non-bank ASX listed issuer of green bonds to date by issuing a second green bond.|
|Four ASX listed companies thus far have committed to putting their climate strategy plans to shareholders to a vote at their 2022 AGMs, the first companies in the world to do so.|
Climate change, diversity, and systemic inequality topped the engagement list for T. Rowe Price, with the global fund manager pressing for improved disclosure from corporations and asset managers on ESG issues.
Establishing a successful Australian hydrogen industry hinges on managing three challenges - cost, scale, and social acceptance, according to a panel of experts speaking at the Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association (APPEA).
The Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association (APPEA) conference was timed with an announcement from the federal government that new offshore petroleum exploration acreage has been released.
TRUE Infrastructure Management has joined the United Nations-supported Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI).
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