Social & Environmental Sustainability

08 Aug 2022

New ways to help business in the transition to net zero

Isaac Rankin | Managing Director - Commercial, ANZ

As consumers become more aware of the sustainability performance of businesses, it is increasingly important for SMEs to burnish their credentials.

01 Aug 2022

Tokenised carbon credits to rejuvenate the global emissions market

Ryan McCall | CEO and co-founder, Zerocap

As more carbon credits become tokenised within a blockchain they’ll become more accessible and more easily traded, with significant benefits for emissions reduction efforts.

28 Jul 2022

China’s massive renewable energy investment

Betty Wang & Soni Kumari | Senior China Economist & Commodity Strategist, ANZ Institutional

As China aims to achieve carbon neutrality by 2060 its infrastructure investment spend will boom – much of it in renewable energy projects and smart grids.

04 Jul 2022

Q&A: sustainable finance bears fruit

Bronwyn Corbet | Executive Director Sustainable Finance, ANZ

Both ANZ and BP are committed to the global transition to net-zero carbon. Two senior leaders sit down to discuss the pathway forward.

24 Jun 2022

Financing a greener economy

Shane White | Content Manager - Institutional, ANZ

Even amid volatility on global markets, the focus on sustainable finance remains high as investors become more educated and demanding on green issues.

27 Apr 2022

Super cycling to a sustainable future

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

The worlds next super-cycle is inevitable. And it will require an innovation and funding super-cycle as fuel.

31 Mar 2022

Growing towards net-zero

Shayne Elliott | Chief Executive Officer, ANZ

A new collaborative project in Western Australia’s Wheatbelt region will be positive for the environment and local businesses.

10 Mar 2022

IN CHARTS: locking down Australian emissions

Catherine Birch | Senior Economist, ANZ

Lockdowns across Australia’s eastern states in Q3 2021 led to a fall in greenhouse gas emissions for the quarter.

04 Mar 2022

Elliott: allocating capital to effect change

Nathan Parkin | Co-founder & Investment Director, Ethical Partners

ANZ CEO Shayne Elliott discusses the growth and investment opportunity in the transition to a lower carbon economy.

16 Feb 2022

Finance key to net zero transition

Mark Whelan & Martijn Wilder | Group Exec Institutional, ANZ & Co-founding Partner, Pollination

Sustainable finance is key to driving innovation and accelerating the pace of positive future outcomes.

16 Feb 2022

Push to net zero requires diverse skillset

Katharine Tapley & Zoe Whitton | Head of Sustainable Finance, ANZ & Partner, Pollination

A new strategic partnership between ANZ and Pollination will help deliver impactful sustainability solutions across APAC.

16 Feb 2022

Driving the sustainability opportunity in APAC

Mark Whelan & Martijn Wilder | Group Exec Institutional, ANZ & Co-founding Partner, Pollination

The business opportunity in the global push to net zero is extraordinary. The change taking place is transformational and the pace is rapid.

14 Feb 2022

Aus infrastructure: blueprints need review

Catherine Birch | Senior Economist, ANZ

Construction in Australia’s infrastructure sector coped okay through lockdowns but there’s much work to be done to meet lofty targets.

11 Feb 2022

Green demand emerges in emerging Asia

Sarah Ng, Stephanie Vallance & Takehiro Yamamiya | Dir. Asia & ME Capital Markets, Dir. International Sus Finance & Dir. Rates & Credit Sales Japan, ANZ

Sustainability reporting – though in its infancy in some emerging markets - is evolving rapidly. It’s needed to keep pace with demand.

10 Feb 2022

Hydrogen’s dawn brings huge opportunities

John Hirjee & Jessica Paterson | Executive Director REI & Institutional Graduate, ANZ

Replacing fossil fuels with green hydrogen will cut emissions and enable Australia to develop significant new domestic and foreign markets.

09 Feb 2022

The investment case for net zero carbon

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

Trillions of dollars will be needed to even rein in carbon emissions – and that’s more an opportunity than a cost.