Climate Bonds Initiative

released 28 August 2018

The Green Infrastructure Investment Australia & New Zealand (GIIO) report highlights green infrastructure investment opportunities in Australia and New Zealand identifying projects and assets that could be considered green.  The sample reference case studies presented in the report is not exhaustive – rather a snap shot of the different types of opportunities available in the short and medium-term future.

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Investor Group on Climate Change (IGCC)

released 28 August 2018

Set out in a new report – Scaling Up – institutional investors have provided new insights into how they are approaching low carbon and green investment opportunities and where they are active by market and asset class.

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CSIRO

released 23 August 2018

The primary objective of the Roadmap is to provide a blueprint for the development of a hydrogen industry in Australia. With a number of activities already underway, it is designed to help inform the next series of investment amongst various stakeholder groups (e.g. industry, government and research) so that the industry can continue to scale in a coordinated manner.

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Basel Action Network (BAN)

released 08 August 2018

The global waste watchdog group Basel Action Network (BAN) released its findings of a year-long United Nations funded study that used GPS trackers hidden inside of 35 old computers, printers, and monitors. They found that two of the devices left at the consumer take-back desk at Officeworks were exported to developing countries in Asia in likely contravention of international law.

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The Responsible Investment Association Australasia (RIAA)

released 9 August 2018

This report is the 17th annual Responsible Investment Benchmark Report prepared by the Responsible Investment Association Australasia (RIAA). The report details industry data on the size, growth and performance of the Australian responsible investment (RI) market over 12 months to 31 December 2017 and compares these results with the broader Australian financial market.

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