The report “Climate Action in 2017 – Insights into the readiness of Australian business to disclose climate-related financial risks and opportunities” is based on research by SBA using the CDP climate disclosures from the ASX200 and analysis and insights by leading environmental and energy management advisory firm, Energetics. Continue reading “Report, Climate Action in 2017”
Typically, 10-20% of energy in any household is wasted. Low-income households spend on average $1,500 on electricity each year. They are more likely to have lower electricity bills than average and higher income households, but not significantly so. That means electricity bills for low income households represent a much higher proportion of total income. Continue reading “Report: Our Green Home”
A business-led project into workforce mobility has found that Sydney, Australia, needs to improve on a range of critical indicators if it wants to become a more sustainable 21st century city.
This 23 June 2016 SBA Business Briefing looked at the ‘what and how” – what will it take for all actors to collaborate to make the Paris Agreement a reality and do what’s needed to remain under the 2°C limit, and how will Australia play a substantive and purposive role. Continue reading “Report: Capturing Australia’s 2030 emissions reduction opportunities”