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Published: 11 September 2015 2:07pm
* AMP acknowledges 'fiduciary duty' to assess climate risk
* Gas supply a top carbon risk for Incitec Pivot
* Suncorp carbon report urges more action on disaster resilience
Published: 09 September 2015 2:17pm
Many Australian businesses have experienced a 'lightbulb moment' on climate change, according to EY's new Oceania climate change and sustainability leader, Matthew Bell.
Published: 03 July 2015 2:09pm
The NSW utilities regulator has issued Sydney Water with a new licence that requires it to aim for an 'economic level of water conservation,' instead of meeting fixed targets.
Published: 29 April 2015 1:06pm
Resources company Glencore has bluntly rejected concerns that its coal reserves could become 'stranded assets', in its new sustainability report.
Published: 02 April 2015 2:36pm
BHP Billiton's demerger would parcel many of its coal assets into the proposed South32 spin-off, and the resources giant concedes that action to combat climate change might reduce their value.
Published: 18 August 2014 1:41pm
The Commonwealth Bank has set new emissions reduction targets, and says using NGER and EEO data allowed it to cut by 75% the cost of conducting carbon 'due diligence' investigations into projects seeking finance.
Published: 15 August 2014 12:38pm
Telstra says it reduced the intensity of greenhouse gas emissions by 30% over a year, far surpassing its target of a 15% reduction.
Published: 03 July 2014 11:01am
Setting effective environmental key performance indicators is a very different task to developing sound financial ones, says Incitec Pivot's Clare Luehman.
Published: 06 May 2014 2:38pm
Gladstone Ports has developed an in-house fix to cut dozer idle time, ANZ has targeted its most energy-inefficient branches and Australia Post has a new $500,000 fund to trial new technologies, according to their EEO public reports.
Published: 17 March 2014 11:26am
Rio Tinto is now thinking more holistically about water risk, and has adopted a new method for reporting fugitive emissions from its NSW coal mines.