Environmental

COP28 Unveiled: Assessing Global Climate Progress and the Road Ahead

VIRGINIE DERUE  |  THURSDAY, 23 NOV 2023
This year's United Nations climate change conference, COP28, is in many ways an important milestone, as it will respond to the first so-called global stocktake - the most comprehensive assessment of the world's collective progress towards the 2015 Paris ...

Will service stations be stranded assets?

TIM JOHNSTON  |  THURSDAY, 31 AUG 2023
At the same time as we are seeing global policy initiatives seeking to further accelerate the uptake of electric vehicles, corporate activity in the fuel and convenience retailing sector has stepped up. If the common belief that electric vehicles (EVs) ...

The value in securing critical mineral supplies

STEFAN HANSEN  |  THURSDAY, 27 APR 2023
ESG forms an integral part of our process when looking at resource companies within our investment universe. Our in-depth analysis extends to ESG issues facing the global sector which can identify good investment opportunities at home.

The implications of Australia's new carbon emissions target for bond investors

DAVID MCNEILL  |  WEDNESDAY, 5 APR 2023
In September, legally binding emissions reduction targets for 2030 and 2050 were set by Australia's House of Representatives as part of a Climate Change Bill. This provides overarching legislation to implement Australia's net-zero commitments and codifies ...

Why Australian corporations should act on biodiversity loss and management

LOUISE CAMENZULI, JULIA GREEN  |  THURSDAY, 1 SEP 2022
Climate change and its impacts are increasingly on the radar of corporate boards as a risk that requires integration into short and long term ESG strategies. However, intrinsically related, and often overlooked, are the risks to corporations associated ...

A burning issue: decarbonising the global steel industry

ANNA CHONG, ANDY JONES  |  THURSDAY, 5 AUG 2021
Steel is essential in today's world, and it will be just as essential tomorrow - much of the technology to create a zero-carbon future, from wind turbines to mass transportation, will use steel in its construction. Yet steel production itself is ...

Why the move to clean energy won't be enough

ALISTAIR MILLS  |  THURSDAY, 17 JUN 2021
Climate change: Opportunity in the face of catastrophe

Deep Decarbonisation: Green Hydrogen, Net Zero, and the Future of the EU-ETS

MARK LEWIS  |  FRIDAY, 18 DEC 2020
Beyond the fuel-switch paradigm: The EU-ETS and the goal of net-zero emissions

Hydrogen's role in the green economy

ANTOINE CHAMPENIER  |  THURSDAY, 19 NOV 2020
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 ...

Identifying climate change risks in investment analysis

AGNIESZKA COCHRANE  |  MONDAY, 31 AUG 2020
Many investors continue to struggle to effectively assess and incorporate climate change impacts into their company analysis. This is not without good reason. Climate-related risks (and opportunities) all carry a large degree of uncertainty about them ...
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