If ever you needed to quantify the cost of a decade of toxic debate around energy policy, insurance industry earnings would be a good place to start.
Though the awareness of climate risk disclosure has become more prevalent, such disclosures by Australian companies are still the exception rather than the norm.
Which ASX-listed company indirectly lobbied for the US to withdraw from the Paris Agreement? And what should investors do about it?
If Woodside classifies climate change as a material, financial risk, then why doesn’t every other energy company?
Two out of five Australian companies with fossil fuel investments fail to acknowledge the science of climate change, a new survey has found.
The deepest denial about climate change rests within Australia’s coal, oil and gas companies; which is ironic given that is where some of the impacts will be most keenly felt.
Our political disclosure laws are shockingly inadequate and in urgent need of an overhaul.
While the rhetoric on fossil fuels has shifted, QBE’s operations tell a different tale.
Australia’s largest superannuation fund – AustralianSuper will dump between $190m and $235m worth of fossil fuel stocks with new divestment options for customers.
It’s likely that Australians with money in superannuation have lost money on Peabody’s dramatic decline.