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The Changing Climate Policy Landscape: Considerations for Policymakers and the Needs of Investors

Report | The Investor Agenda | 6 September 2023

This report summarises how global climate policy has developed and to describe the core features that should underpin climate policy going forward. Several case studies have been provided to illustrate effective climate finance policy in Australia, the European Union, Japan and the United States

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Road to Resilience – An investor action plan for an adaptive and resilient economy

Report | Michael Bones, Kate Simmonds, Erwin Jackson, Bethany Richards | 22 August 2023

“Road to Resilience” is a new strategy to stimulate investment in climate resilience, protecting against the physical risks of climate change. The key objectives are:
  • Integrating physical risk and resilience into existing climate-related activities.
  • Developing a shared understanding of physical climate risks among stakeholders.
  • Advocating for investable policy that proactively


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Climate Financial Disclosures Submission – Second Treasury’s Consultation Paper

Submission | Amy Quinton | July 2023

Australia is broadly on the right track when it comes to mandatory climate disclosures; the sooner investors can get a reliable and comprehensive picture of climate risks and opportunities for the companies they hold, the sooner they can efficiently put capital to work decarbonising the economy.


Member Briefing: Investor Expectations – National Climate Risk Assessment

Briefing | Kate Simmonds and Erwin Jackson | July 2023

The National Climate Risk Assessment (NCRA) has the potential to significantly increase understanding and management of physical risk in Australia, should it be developed with meaningful stakeholder engagement. Read about IGCC’s recommendations for the NCRA to ensure it is credible, decision-useful, collaborative, and transparent.


Submission: Climate Change Authority – Setting, tracking and achieving Australia’s emissions reduction targets – Issues Paper

Submission | Erwin Jackson | June 2023

IGCC’s submission covers four main topics:
  • National and sector pathways and goals should be 1.5°C aligned.
  • Currently, the physical impacts of climate change are significantly under-priced in financial markets.
  • Australia can be a world leader in resilience
  • Australia needs quality climate modelling and scenarios covering both transition and physical risks.


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The Federal Government’s Critical Minerals Strategy

Report | The Australian Government | 20 June 2023

The Critical Minerals Strategy 2023–2030 is a framework to grow Australia’s critical minerals sector.
The Australian critical minerals sector is well placed to seize the opportunities of the clean energy transition
thanks to Australia’s:
  • rich geological reserves
  • expertise at extracting minerals
  • track record as a reliable producer and exporter of


Driving Australian Climate Innovation

Report | Charles Ramsden, Mitch Shannon & Zoe Whitton | April 2023

Unlocking Capital to Support a Clean Industrial Innovation


Collaboration to Support Transition: Investor positions on public ownership of renewable energy.

Report | Clean Energy Investor Group & Investor Group on Climate Change | April 2023

This position paper provides guidance to investors and governments on how to work together to achieve a 1.5 degree aligned NEM.
It also aims to help governments design policy and shape its public investments in the energy transition.


The State of Net Zero Investment in Australia 2022

Report | Investor Group on Climate Change | 3 March 2023

A survey of institutional investors managing $2.1 trillion in Australia. It shows encouraging progress towards net zero by 2050, but with acceleration needed to hit 2030 decarbonisation milestones, and to protect beneficiary returns from physical climate risks. The sample is investors managing approximately 60% of total local AUM. There were


Policy Briefing: APRA – Climate Vulnerability Assessment | February 2023

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