Archive

  • Australia and New Zealand to develop sustainable finance roadmap

    27 July 2018

    More than 300 organisations with a combined $10 trillion in assets have agreed to produce a roadmap to grow sustainable finance in Australia and New Zealand.

  • Investors wake up to collective engagement clout

    26 March 2018

    Climate-related resolutions at Exxon and Shell garnered the support of the world's largest investors. Now asset managers and owners are massing together to move entire sectors, writes Michael Hurley.

  • $3trn of investors launch pilot group on TCFD

    15 March 2018

    Nine investors representing around $3 trillion of assets have joined forces to promote climate transparency.

  • 50 names to be added to Climate Action 100+ engagement hit list

    21 February 2018

    50 more corporates are to be added to the $28 trillion Climate Action 100+ initiative's list of targets for climate-related engagement.

  • Major investor initiative to tackle climate change on four fronts announced

    01 February 2018

    A landmark initiative to spur investors to attack climate change on the four fronts of engagement, disclosure, low-carbon investing and policy advocacy has been launched.

  • NZ Super moves $10bn passive equities to low-carbon

    16 August 2017

    New Zealand Super Fund has shifted its NZ$14 billion ($10 billion) global passive equity portfolio into a low-carbon strategy.

  • Oil companies beginning to act on climate change, says report

    15 May 2017

    Some of the largest global oil and gas companies such as Statoil, Eni and Total are beginning to act on climate change. However, laggards like ExxonMobil are considerably behind these companies, according to a report from major investors.

  • Investors with $15trn in AUM call on global governments to implement Paris Agreement

    08 May 2017

    Investors representing more than $15 trillion in assets under management (AUM) have written to the governments of G7 and G20 countries calling on them to support and implement the commitments of the Paris Agreement, to limit global temperature increase to less than 2°C.

  • Investors develop guidance on meeting TCFD recommendations

    12 April 2017

    Advice on how institutional investors should disclose the impact of climate change on their portfolios has been issued by a group of asset owners and managers from Asia and Australia.

  • Investors spell out climate change expectations of auto sector

    11 October 2016

    A wish list of measures that investors want automotive companies to take in response to climate change has been published by a group of leading institutions representing assets of more than $24 trillion.