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IAG - Adaptation and Mitigation go hand in hand

3 May 2022 | Climate Change and Business Conference

In our latest look at businesses leading out on climate action we put the spotlight on adaptation and hear from Insurance Australia Group Limited (IAG) to find out more about why adaptation plays such a key role in the country’s response to climate change. As the largest general insurance company in Australia and New Zealand, IAG sees first-hand the devastating impact a changing climate can have on people and their communities. This is why a focus on climate change goes to the heart of their purpose to make the world a safer place, and why their team is dedicated to tackling the climate change challenge.

In our latest look at businesses leading out on climate action we put the spotlight on adaptation and hear from Insurance Australia Group Limited (IAG) to find out more about why adaptation plays such a key role in the country’s response to climate change. As the largest general insurance company in Australia and New Zealand, IAG sees first-hand the devastating impact a changing climate can have on people and their communities. This is why a focus on climate change goes to the heart of their purpose to make the world a safer place, and why their team is dedicated to tackling the climate change challenge.

CLC Masterclass Series - Meridian Energy on Climate Related Financial Disclosures

28 Apr 2022 | Meridian

In the Coalition's first Masterclass to help signatories make faster progress in their climate action, Meridian Energy's Head of Sustainability Tina Frew shared practical tips leading Meridian’s Climate-Related Financial Disclosure process.

Countdown and CHEP collaborating in the circular economy

14 Apr 2022 | Countdown and CHEP

In 2020, Countdown released its ambitious 2025 Sustainability Plan. The plan features 14 goals and more than 40 commitments across ‘People’, ‘Planet’, and ‘Product’. These include commitments to zero food waste, science-based carbon emissions targets for Scopes 1-3, responsible stewardship of natural resources, and to “work with our trading partners, government and industry to influence packaging sustainability across the value chain.” Underpinning the plan are five guiding principles, that include ‘we apply circular thinking in everything we do’ and ‘we embrace the power of partnerships to create change’. By its very nature, Countdown cannot apply circular thinking in isolation. These principles have guided Countdown and CHEP in their work together to achieve major reductions in supply chain environmental impacts. This quiet revolution now sees more than 11 million reusable CHEP crates in circulation, transporting fresh produce from farms to Countdown stores across Aotearoa, and removing the equivalent in single use cardboard boxes from use.

Genesis - Carbon footprint reduction wins

13 Apr 2022 | Climate Change and Business Conference

In our latest look at businesses leading out on climate action, we put the spotlight on Genesis Energy and its work to reduce its carbon footprint. We showcase some of the company’s big wins so far, and the challenges ahead.

In our latest look at businesses leading out on climate action, we put the spotlight on Genesis Energy and its work to reduce its carbon footprint. We showcase some of the company’s big wins so far, and the challenges ahead.

Christchurch Airport - Creating Space for Future Generations

29 Mar 2022 | Christchurch Airport

In our latest look at businesses leading out on climate action we put the spotlight on Christchurch Airport’s leadership and forward thinking guiding their plans for the future. Like many leadership teams, those at the helm of Christchurch International Airport (CIAL) understand acutely the urgency to reduce our emissions in order to give us a chance of keeping temperatures within 1.5 degrees, as increasingly unlikely as that may be.

In our latest look at businesses leading out on climate action we put the spotlight on Christchurch Airport’s leadership and forward thinking guiding their plans for the future. Like many leadership teams, those at the helm of Christchurch International Airport (CIAL) understand acutely the urgency to reduce our emissions in order to give us a chance of keeping temperatures within 1.5 degrees, as increasingly unlikely as that may be.

EECA insights into NZers' attitudes and behaviours towards climate change and energy use

18 Mar 2022 | EECA

Findings from more than three years of research into New Zealanders’ attitudes and behaviours towards climate change and energy use. The research shines a light on the impact of age, gender, culture, income, and regionality on people’s beliefs, priorities, and actions.

Findings from more than three years of research into New Zealanders’ attitudes and behaviours towards climate change and energy use. The research shines a light on the impact of age, gender, culture, income, and regionality on people’s beliefs, priorities, and actions.

Westpac NZ - sustainability-linked loan case study

16 Mar 2022 | CCBC

In this case study Westpac NZ explores how their sustainability-linked loans are enabling wider climate action.

In this case study Westpac NZ explores how their sustainability-linked loans are enabling wider climate action.

Building the future airport now - Christchurch Airport's green transition

16 Mar 2022 | Christchurch Airport

Dr Piers Locke, a sustainability consultant and researcher, recently completed a deep dive into, and assessment of, Christchurch Airport's sustainability claims and programmes.

Dr Piers Locke, a sustainability consultant and researcher, recently completed a deep dive into, and assessment of, Christchurch Airport's sustainability claims and programmes.

COP26 Insights Report

14 Dec 2021 | The Warehouse Group

The COP26 Insights Report, produced by The Warehouse Group's Chief Sustainability Officer and summit delegate, David Benattar, provides a broad view of the role of public policy, business, finance and technology to achieve Net Zero. It includes contributions by fellow Kiwi delegates and leaders in climate action.

The COP26 Insights Report, produced by The Warehouse Group's Chief Sustainability Officer and summit delegate, David Benattar, provides a broad view of the role of public policy, business, finance and technology to achieve Net Zero. It includes contributions by fellow Kiwi delegates and leaders in climate action.

SBC and CLC response to Emissions Reduction Plan discussion document

24 Nov 2021 | Climate Leaders Coalition

Sustainable Business Council and Climate Leaders Coalition joint submission on the Government's Emissions Reduction Plan discussion document.