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2015 Business Leadership Awards

Awards Logo 2015 webWe are pleased to announce the 2015 Climate Alliance Business Leadership Awards.

The awards recognise Australian business leaders and organisations that have demonstrated leadership by addressing the opportunities or risks presented by climate change. The Climate Alliance awards celebrate the achievements of Australia’s Boards, Directors, Executives, Secretaries and companies. The awards will be presented at the Climate Alliance National Conference that will be held in Melbourne in October 2015. 

Four categories of business leadership awards are available:

  • Board Leadership of the Year
  • Business Leader of the Year
  • Innovator/Exporter of the Year
  • Company Secretary of the Year

Download the Award Overview and Nomination form (PDF)

Open Letter from Global CEOs to World Leaders Urging Concrete Climate Action

CEO-led initiative to create a fertile ground for a responsible and global climate deal in Paris 2015

This coalition, comprising 43 CEOs from companies with operations in over 150 countries and territories, and facilitated by the World Economic Forum, believes the private sector has a responsibility to actively engage in global efforts to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, and to help lead the global transition to a low-carbon, climate-resilient economy. This coalition further seeks to catalyze and aggregate action and initiatives from companies from all industry sectors — towards delivering concrete climate solutions and innovations in their practices, operations and policies. -  16 April 2015
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2014 National Conference Summary

Climate Alliance National Conference, held 10 April, 2014 in Mebourne.
Read Summary here

Liz out loud - New Blog

Consilience CEO, Liz Bossley uses her 30 years of experience within the industry, to highlight some of the most pressing issues. Topics covered  range from Brent to Russian emissions to the classifying of transactions and the scope of regulators. See:  http://www.ceag.org/category/liz-out-loud/

Climate Alliance Newsletter

The CAL newsletter is now available.
View the April 2015 (PDF) issue here

Short-termism and the threat from climate change

By not acting now, we’re allowing the future costs of the greenhouse gas crisis to compound. Eventually, the consequences will be irreversible.

"Climate change is where short-term thinking and long-term consequences collide for businesses and governments alike. Meeting the challenge of climate change calls on both to assess the risks and act before the economic and environmental consequences of failure are irreversible. As someone who has spent a good deal of time assessing risk and dealing with crises, I’m struck by the similarities between the climate crisis and the financial crisis of 2008."

McKinsey & Company, April 2015.
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Setting Australia's Post - 2020 Emission Targets

April 2015
Alan Pears, Advisor to Climate Alliance has made a submission to the Government on the subject of Australia’s post 2020 greenhouse gas emission targets. His submission contends that the time has arrived for Australia to take bold action in cutting greenhouse emissions, rather than devoting effort to minimum action for compliance, or making excuses for “special consideration” by the rest of the world. Alan’s submission shows Australia has the capacity to take strong action so as to place itself in a position of strength to manage the economic impacts and capture the economic benefits from exceeding international expectations on emission abatement.
Read the Submission (PDF)

Submission to RET Review

Alan Pears AM
RMIT University and Sustainable Solutions Pty Ltd
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Submission to EEO Repeal Bill

Submission by Alan Pears AM re the Energy Efficiency Opportunities (EEO) Repeal Bill, 17 June 2014
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