Report Card on G20 Climate Policies

AIGCC, Ceres and IGCC have assessed the climate policies of G20 countries against the five policy recommendations in the Investor Agenda’s 2021 Global Investor Statement to Governments on the Climate Crisis. The Report Card found that most G20 countries have a lot of work to do to attract the trillions of dollars of investment needed in solutions to the climate crisis.

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A plan for mandatory TCFD-aligned disclosure in Australia

A plan for Australia to adopt a mandatory financial disclosure for climate change risks over the next four years has been released by three founding partners of the Investor Agenda – CDP, IGCC and PRI – to help cut red tape for business and protect national economic stability.

The roadmap details the actions Australian financial regulators and the Federal Government can take to build on existing work and further ensure there is clear and consistent reporting from companies, investors, banks and insurers that will produce investable disclosure and ensure financial markets can properly price and act on the physical and transitional risks of climate change.

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Investor Climate Action Plans

The Investor Agenda has produced a new comprehensive framework for Investor Climate Action Plans (ICAPs).

Drawing on the expertise of investors and existing guidance and expectations, the ICAPs Expectations Ladder helps investors to navigate the many different initiatives that exist and to create ambitious plans of action, wherever they are on their journey to net zero.
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Investor Agenda 2019 Progress Report

The Investor Agenda 2019 Progress Report showcases investor action on climate change, highlights efforts to scale up investor action and profiles case studies of action in each of the focus areas.

The report was published in September 2019 by The Investor Agenda Founding Partners: Asia Investor Group on Climate Change, CDP, Ceres, Investor Group on Climate Change, Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change, Principles for Responsible Investment and UNEP Finance Initiative.

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