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The value of knowing what you own

MARY JANE MCQUILLEN  |  MONDAY, 28 MAR 2022
If 2020 was a year of reaction, ushering some of the biggest changes to daily life in recent memory, 2021 brought what could be called a year of reflection and reassessment.

Key sustainability factors impacting business in 2022

LOUISE CAMENZULI  |  THURSDAY, 24 MAR 2022
2021 was another year of great change and uncertainty as the pandemic presented further challenges to business and social continuity.

Carbon capture - real deal or "Hail Mary pass" technology?

JANE BASEBY  |  FRIDAY, 4 MAR 2022
Carbon capture technology brings with it the possibility of negative emissions - the holy grail of climate science, or at least of global transition to net zero. It presents as a tool for the energy transition (or detractors argue, a stay of execution ...

Five reasons investors should adopt an active versus passive ESG approach

JOEL CONNELL  |  THURSDAY, 10 FEB 2022
The importance of integrating ESG related risks and opportunities into investment decisions has become undeniable. The ability for companies to generate superior shareholder returns is increasingly intertwined with ESG and sustainability factors.

Rethinking ESG in emerging markets

ARIF JOSHI  |  THURSDAY, 6 JAN 2022
A forward-looking ESG analysis framework combined with traditional economic and balance sheet analysis can provide investors with a comprehensive view of the creditworthiness of borrowers in emerging markets.

From the courtroom to the boardroom: climate change risks and remedies

LOUISE CAMENZULI, JULIA GREEN, SANDY MAK  |  THURSDAY, 16 DEC 2021
2021 will be seen as the year where international, environmental and market forces coalesced to bring climate change into sharp focus in Australian courtrooms and boardrooms.

Deep impact: the next step in sustainable investing

RACHEL ALEMBAKIS  |  THURSDAY, 18 NOV 2021
Impact investing has previously more been identified with private market strategies and investments in specific use of proceeds bonds like green bonds or social impact bonds, where the allocation of capital is directly tied to the activity of the use ...

Climate change is changing the outlook for energy utilities

KIRSTY MACKAY-FISHER  |  FRIDAY, 17 SEP 2021
Australia's electricity sector is the nation's single largest source of greenhouse gas pollution, accounting for about a third of our total greenhouse gas emissions.

The importance of infrastructure in the transition to low carbon

URSULA TONKIN  |  FRIDAY, 17 SEP 2021
From an investment perspective, infrastructure assets have many appealing characteristics. They provide investors with a solid yield and capital returns, underpinned by defensive and stable cash flows, as well as inflation protection and downside protection ...

Countdown to 2050: the road to net zero

RACHEL ALEMBAKIS  |  THURSDAY, 19 AUG 2021
The year 2050 looms large in climate risk discussions. That's the year by which global economies, investors and companies have committed to taking action that would contain climate change to less than 2 degrees Celsius.
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