IGCC 2019 Climate Awards
Investors are a key part of global efforts to tackle climate change. While momentum across the industry is growing, there are a few select organisations now implementing transformational solutions to facilitate the transition to net zero emissions or manage physical risks and resilience.
We also know that there are a number of outstanding individuals working tirelessly to drive real change, either within their organisation or across the sector.
The IGCC Climate Awards, launched for the first time in 2019, seeks to spotlight the work of Australian and New Zealand asset owners, fund managers, investors and individuals delivering outstanding outcomes on climate change.
Congratulations to the winners and finalists of the inaugural IGCC Climate Awards 2019.
Read the media release.
- Brynn O’Brien
- Phil Vernon
Outstanding Initiative by an Asset Owner
Cbus Super – Climate road map and net zero carbon by 2030 for property and infrastructure
- First State Super – Physical Climate Change Portfolio Risk Assessment
- VicSuper – VicSuper Portfolio Carbon Intensity Reduction Initiative
Outstanding Initiative by an Asset Manager
IFM Investors – IFM Investors Australian Infrastructure Carbon Reduction Initiative
- QIC – Retail property sector green bond
- Impact Investment Group – Solar Asset Fund in partnership with Future Super’s Future Renewables Fund
Innovation of the Year
International Finance Corporation (IFC) and the World Bank (WB) – Supporting the Republic of Fiji’s issuance of the world’s first emerging economy sovereign green bond
The winners were announced at the IGCC 2019 Summit on Monday 14 October at 4:30pm in Sydney.