Asset Owners Disclosure Project


May 02, 2016 - 10:00am

The Asset Owners Disclosure Project (AODP) was originally developed in 2008 as an initiative of The Climate Institute.

Today the two maintain a close working relationship but the AODP is an independent global not-for-profit organisation aiming to protect people's retirement savings from the risks posed by climate change. It does this by helping funds to redress the huge imbalance in their investments between high-carbon assets (50-60 per cent of a portfolio) and low-carbon assets (typically less than 2 per cent) and realigning the investment chain to adopt long-term investment practices.

AODP recognises the specific financial risk attributes of climate change. AODP has developed the world’s leading reporting framework for institutional investors encompassing the disclosure and management of climate risk.

Click here  for the Global Climate 500 Index 2016 press release.

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The AODP's 2016 Global Climate Index rates the world's 500 largest asset owners on managing climate risk.
Dr John Hewson AM, Chair of AODP, discusses the 2016 Global Climate 500 Index with Fran Kelly on RN Breakfast.
Factsheet explores the results of AODP's 2015-16 Global Climate 500 Index.
AAA, AA and A rated funds in the 2016 AODP Global Climate 500 Index.
Funds with ESG/sustainability officer responsible for managing climate risk into the investment process.
Engagement, risk management and low-carbon investment of AAA-rated funds in 2016 AODP Index.
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