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Australian company assessments show progress but actions still fall well short of 1.5°C goal

28 September 2023

Climate Action 100+ has just released the assessments of the 14 Australian focus companies showing many companies are lagging in their climate ambition.

IGCC Summit 2023 Panel Discussions

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When Selling Emissions-Intensive Assets Doesn’t Reduce Climate Risk: A New Discussion Paper

21 September 2023

Our new discussion paper explores the tension that arises when companies divest themselves from emissions-intensive assets: Such exits may reduce the transition risk associated with that particular asset, but overall systemic risk may be maintained, or even increase.

IGCC Summit 2023: Just Transitions

21 September 2023

At IGCC Summit 2023, a key focus was "Just Transitions" and laying the foundation for the new economy.

Submission: Economic Modelling to support investible sector pathways

19 September 2023

IGCC has made a submission to the Climate Change Authority's consultation on economic modelling, to support its advice to Government for Australia’s 2035 Nationally Determined Contribution under the Paris Agreement.

$150 trillion of investors call for mandatory reporting of climate transition plans

8 September 2023

Australia’s new climate reporting rules should match global best practice by including standardised and decision-useful transition plans, according to three networks of investors who manage more than $150 trillion.

Net Zero Standard For Diversified Miners Now Available

7 September 2023

This standard, produced by Climate Action 100+, will provide investors with the necessary metrics to help assess diversified mining companies’ transition plans to net zero.

IGCC Summit 2023: Policy and Advocacy

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Submission: Unlocking electrification with privately leveraged capital

5 September 2023

IGCCs submission to the Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water's (DCCEEW's) consultation on the Capacity Investment Scheme emphasises the importance of strategic policy to leverage private capital with public funds. The submission considers how the CIS fits within established policy at State/Territory and Federal levels, and where, as a relatively small scheme, it is of most value to de-risk emergent technologies needed to create a dynamic, future-proofed electricity market.