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Avoid, minimise, offset and adapt – greater scale helps Australian agriculture build climate resilience
Insight 14 Oct 2021

Over recent decades, the number of farmers in Australia has been decreasing and the size of farms has been increasing. According to the Federal Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment, larger farms tend to be more profitable, invest more in innovation, and generate a higher rate of return on capital than smaller farms. ...

A glimpse into the future of electricity capacity markets: ESB 2025 NEM reforms
Insight 05 Oct 2021

With many of the key capacity mechanism design elements yet to be resolved, we take the opportunity to explore the magnitude of the proposed changes via a hypothetical glimpse into the future. What might the electricity market look like in a Physical RRO world, from the perspective of a generator, a retailer and the market? ...

Carbon trading platforms – what's happening in Australia's rapidly growing market?
Insight 18 Nov 2021

Demand for Australian Carbon Credit Units (ACCUs) and other carbon credits, continues to surge domestically. To date, carbon credits trades in Australia typically involve the purchaser and seller entering into carbon credit offtake agreements, which can entail complexity and cost. ...

A net-zero emissions electricity system: how do we get there?
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Webinar: A net-zero emissions electricity system: how do we get there? ...

Targeting net zero: key legal issues for Victorian Government
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Webinar: Governance duties and transparency requirements under the Public Administration Act 2004; Victorian Government duties under the Victorian Climate Change Act 2017 ...

A changing environment: key legal issues for NSW Government
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Webinar: A changing environment: key legal issues for NSW Government ...

Allens advises Mitsubishi Corporation on acquisition of Australian Integrated Carbon
News 30 Jul 2021

AIC obtains carbon credits through human-induced regeneration, a process that involves CO2-sequestrations achieved in the regrowth of Australia's native forests. The acquisition will assist ...

ESG activism is growing – what should boards do?
Insight 27 Jul 2021

ESG-related interests of stakeholders are impacting the governance arrangements of large listed companies. We look at why this is important for boards, and what steps they can take to mitigate becoming the target of this type of activist campaign. ...

Commitment made, now to implement: embedding ESG best practice
Insight 10 Jun 2021

In terms of achieving the potential to use international law frameworks as a tool to set company policy on ESG issues, we discuss recommendations for using these frameworks to audit the commitments the company makes. ...

Elevating ESG: how to establish and embed leading practices
Insight 10 Jun 2021

It is essential to prioritise ESG. A confluence of factors are accelerating the importance of ESG and these have material impacts for organisations operating in Australia. This insight will assist boards, senior executives, in-house counsel, sustainability teams, and risk and compliance leaders to act as strategic partners to the business as it shapes its ESG agenda. ...

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