Read more on how Andrew Forrest has engaged in an eye-popping exercise of environmental competitor shaming in announcing an emissions target that leaves his rivals in its dust.
Explore this report on Climate Change. Climate change-related disasters will cost Australia $73bn a year by 2060, even if action to curb emissions is taken now, a report has found. And if nothing is done to tackle climate change, that figure will grow to $94bn a year by that date, a study by Deloitte Access…
This annual review complements our formal ACT and ACNC annual reporting which consists of our Annual Information Statement and Financial Report for the FY21 year. Our Annual Report to our members will be submitted at our AGM in November 2021 and available publicly shortly thereafter. ACCR’s past annual reporting is available on the ACNC website here.
To thrive today and tomorrow, companies must become “net positive”—giving more to the world than they take. Find out more and purchase the book Net Positive.
Read this article on how dozens of countries on Tuesday joined a United States and European Union pledge to cut emissions of methane – a potent greenhouse gas – by at least 30 per cent this decade, in a major commitment for climate action.
Instead of focusing on ‘micro consumerist bollocks’ like ditching our plastic coffee cups, we must challenge the pursuit of wealth and level down, not up.
The 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Glasgow (COP26) has launched a new body that will develop a global disclosure standard against which listed companies will report the impact of climate change on their businesses. Read this article to find out more.
As governments lag on climate policy, people are looking to drive change in other ways. What are their tactics and do they work?
Sportswashing: how mining and energy companies sponsor your favourite sports to help clean up their image
While greenwashing has been the go-to tactic for companies trying to hide their negative environmental impact, energy and mining companies are now turning to a more subtle marketing tactic to get their brand out in the public: sportswashing.
As BlackRock CEO Larry Fink writes his latest letter to global executives telling them to get clearer on their social purpose, critics suggest he should instead be focusing on pushing companies harder to go green.
Mirvac has successfully piloted a waste reduction project resulting in approximately 900 cubic metres of furniture and fit-out materials diverting from landfill.
One of the many things that has gone widespread in the past years since the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic brought our then normal ways of life and work to a pause are collaborations. This was seen among companies within their respective industries as they dealt with their respective disruptions and, much more, between the…
Business sustainability has come a long way in the fifty years since environmental regulations were first established. Today, it is a strategic concern. Market forces are demanding change, making it table stakes for any competitive organization. Read more here.