Bluescope Steel must step up low-carbon ambition

21 November 2019 Bluescope Steel shareholders today called on the company to set new Paris-aligned emission reduction targets to drive low-carbon transition. As one of the top 20 greenhouse gas emitters in Australia, Bluescope Steel is highly exposed to the policy, market and technology shifts required to meet Paris Agreement’s … Read More

Our Future: clean energy a test for banks’ rehabilitation

Today’s release of the Royal Commission’s report into the financial services industry will chronicle the recent misconduct of the major banks and plot a course for how the industry can restore some integrity. It’s going to be a long road back, but one opportunity for redemption comes in the role banks can play reshaping our energy landscape. 

Shareholders concerned about LNG Limited’s attitude

17 November 2017 Liquefied Natural Gas Ltd. does not regard climate change as a material risk to business. As the globe begins a transition towards low carbon energy solutions, many commentators are warning that assets such as oil and gas are increasingly likely to become stranded. It’s surprising then that a … Read More

Media Release: Westpac’s coal exclusion means no funding to Adani coal mine

Brisbane, 28 April 2017 Environmental finance campaigning organisation Market Forces has welcomed the climate change policy update released by Westpac today, which makes the bank the latest to rule out funding Adani’s Carmichael coal mine. The policy tightens the criteria for Westpac’s funding of new thermal coal mines, meaning the bank will … Read More