Climate Action 100+

released 2 October 2019

In this report Climate Action 100+ outline the origins of Climate Action 100+, its governance structure and the three goals central to the engagement agenda: to improve corporate climate governance, curb greenhouse gas emissions in line with the Paris Agreement, and strengthen climate‑related financial disclosures. We present a summary of progress in this first phase of the initiative, and the first assessments of company performance against Climate Action 100+ goals.

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The World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) & Nature4Climate (N4C)

released 23 September 2019

The report highlights the role that nature can play in tackling our greatest challenge: climate change. The key natural approaches described are protecting, restoring and sustainably managing forests, grasslands, agricultural land, and wetlands.

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The World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD)

Released 18 September 2019

This report is a call to action addressed to policymakers and business to double down their efforts on building resilience to climate change. It is a call to action to strengthen win-win collaboration. It is only by working together that we can adapt and increase our resilience to the unavoidable impacts of climate change.

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World Resources Institute

released 19 September 2019

In this issue brief, they seek to understand the role that a carbon price can play in reaching the type of economic transformation necessary to achieve Paris Agreement goals in order to maintain global warming well below 2°C and to pursue efforts to limit warming to 1.5°C. It examines three lines of evidence to comprehend the opportunities and limits of carbon pricing to achieve a low-carbon future.

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Actuaries Institute

released 26 September 2019

The paper states that heatwaves, which have killed more Australians than any other natural hazard, will at least triple by 2060-2080. More frequent, longer and hotter days will drive a significant increase in mortality, with Australia’s ageing population amplifying the number of people who will die as a result of climate change.

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