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  1. Commonwealth Modern Slavery Act 2018: Guidance for reporting entities

    30 September 2019
    Australian Government guidance to entities reporting under the Modern Slavery Act 2018. The guidance provides information on what is modern slavery, how it might impact on reporting entities, what obligations entities have under the Act, and how to report against mandatory criteria using case studies as illustrations.
  2. Fiduciary duty in the 21st century: Final report

    This is the final report from a four-year, multi-stakeholder/multi-jurisdiction research and engagement exercise. It demonstrates that environmental, social and governance integration is a component of investors' fiduciary duty. In order to fulfill this duty, regulators and policymakers must better understand fiduciaries’ needs and establish policies that support this approach.
  3. Supercharged: Challenges and opportunities in global battery storage markets

    This reports analyses trends in the global battery storage market. It identifies key drivers as well as key constraints and identifies areas for policy makers to support its development.
  4. SDG Compass: The guide for business action on the SDGs

    This guide provides the tools, knowledge and expertise to assist businesses to formulate a strategy that puts sustainability at the core of its approach. Presenting five steps that direct businesses on how to align strategies and how to quantify and oversee commitments to the Sustainable Development Goals.

  5. Guiding principles on business and human rights: Implementing the United Nations protect, respect and remedy framework

    The United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights is a report that implements the United Nations ‘Protect, Respect and Remedy’ framework, regarding the obligations of states and responsibilities of business to ensure that human rights are protected and respected throughout all business operations and ultimately remedied when breached.
  6. The ambition loop: How business and government can advance policies that fast track zero-carbon economic growth

    This report highlights how building on business leadership and strong national policy measures spur additional investment and action on businesses, accelerating the transition to a prosperous zero carbon economy. This requires an "ambition loop" - a positive feedback loop between business leadership and government policies.
  7. Over 100 global financial institutions are exiting coal, with more to come

    This report published by IEEFA highlights the fact that over a hundred globally significant financial institutions are divesting from coal projects. It mentions that these major financial institutions, including commercial banks, insurance companies, pension funds, asset management companies, and development finance institutions, are building up the momentum against coal projects.
  8. Investor action on climate change

    The report assesses the investment practices of signatories to the Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) on the topic of climate change. In partnership between PRI and Novethic, the report includes themes such as long-termism, climate-related risks and opportunities, scenario analysis and innovation for a successful transition to a low carbon economy.
  9. Climate risk disclosure by Australia’s listed companies

    Due to the foreseeable risk of climate change that companies face today, the Australian Securities and Investments Commission has conducted a surveillance project examining climate risk disclosure of companies in the ASX-300. ASIC's report sets out findings and high-level recommendations for listed companies and their directors on climate risk disclosure.
  10. Framing the future of corporate governance: Deloitte governance framework

    This report outlines the Deloitte governance framework which provides board members with an end-to-end view of corporate governance. The aim of the framework is to act as a tool for board members and executives to quickly identify potential opportunities to improve both effectiveness and efficiency within the organisation structure.
  11. The toll from coal: An updated assessment of death and disease from America’s dirtiest energy source

    30 September 2010
    Emissions from the coal-fired power plant industry in the form of fine particle pollution, global warming, ozone smog, acid rain and regional haze, cause significant negative effects on human beings. Research shows that death or disease from coal-based electricity production in the United States, can be reduced if the pollution from coal plants is addressed.
  12. Navigating the sustainable investment landscape

    31 December 2016
    This paper informs asset owners about the current state of sustainable investing for US institutional investors. Drawing on the experiences of over 100 asset owners and investment professional as well as evidence from WRI’s own endowment the paper constructs a detailed outline of sustainable investing. It highlights the underlying motives and drivers, governance structures, relevant data and standards, investment vehicles, and key barriers that shape opportunities for implementation.
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