For the fifth year, Climate Alliance has recognised Australian business executives and companies that have demonstrated leadership in the area of managing the opportunities and risks presented by climate change. There are many business leaders in Australia that are taking effective action and Climate Alliance believes it is very important to recognise their efforts.
For the fourth year, Climate Alliance has recognised business executives that have demonstrated leadership in the area of sustainability and managing the risks presented by climate change. Climate Alliance is aware that there are many business leaders in Australia that are taking effective action we take pleasure in recognising their efforts.
Standard & Poor’s has raised concerns about the asset valuations of fossil fuel companies. The assets of coal, oil and gas companies may be overvalued because these companies may not be able to sell their products, said Nathan Fabian, CEO of the Investors Group on Climate Change.
At its National Conference held in Melbourne today, Climate Alliance announced the Business Leadership Award winners for outstanding achievements in climate response within the business community. From a number of highly commendable submissions, three entries stood out in the categories of Board Leadership, Executive Leadership and Business Innovator.