|An industry superannuation fund has cut the carbon emission exposures of its equities portfolios by 40% over the previous year through the introduction of carbon-constrained benchmarks.|
|Hydrogen is the simplest and most abundant element in existence. People have imagined possible applications for hydrogen for a long time, but these ideas have often been full of promise yet short on delivery. So far, the element's uses have mostly been ...|
|Climate Action 100+ has augmented its focus list of companies for engagement, including several new Australian listed companies.|
|A recent CSIRO and Bureau of Meteorology report confirms pace, severity of climate change, and adds impetus to investing in line with reducing risks of climate change.|
|Global investors have a role to play in engaging with companies to manage their climate change risks as well as investing in decarbonisation-exposed companies, according to Ninety One.|
|More than 30% of employed Australians and 30% of national income come from industries exposed to economic disruption and risk from climate change and an unplanned economic transition, according to Deloitte Access Economics.|
|With governments around the world setting low carbon targets, there are clear implications for investors in integrating carbon transition considerations in their portfolio.|
|The passage of the Recycling and Waste Reduction Bill can strengthen opportunities in the waste and resource recovery sectors, according to EY.|
|The Australian arm of a global bank and a state government have become the first purchasers of tradeable units measuring improvements to water quality flowing onto the Great Barrier Reef.|
|The European Union's target for achieving net-zero emissions by 2050 will necessitate making green hydrogen a commercially viable energy source by 2030, which brings costs and opportunities, according to BNP Paribas Asset Management.|
Australian Ethical and independent MP Zali Steggall issued a call to super fund members to look upon their super fund choice as a tool to address climate change.
Crescent Wealth have announced a number of director changes as the head of one of Australia's largest privately owned companies takes a material shareholding in the company.
A group of investors including QIC, the Future Fund, and AGL have completed the acquisition of Tilt Renewables.
Independent investment consultancy bfinance has launched a new ESG advisory unit and named an ESG and responsible investment director.
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