Aside from being active in news media, our staff often write opinion pieces.
A list of our opinion articles starting with the most recent, is below.
Banks, financial risk and our changing climate
Jun 07, 2016 - 9:00am
ANZ commissioned The Climate Institute to comment on its new carbon risk disclosures. Here’s what the institute said and ANZ’s perspective.
Banks and insurers have huge responsibility when people are buying property in a time of climate change
Jun 06, 2016 - 8:30am
Australians are familiar with natural disasters: flood, cyclone, and drought tragedies regularly feature in our news coverage. And the evidence indicates climate change is making many of them worse, writes Kate Mackenzie in Online Opinion.
Turnbull repeats incorrect global action formula, ALP needs to do more for reef
May 30, 2016 - 3:35pm
Last night’s leadership debate saw the term “climate” used almost as much as “economy” – but it wasn’t till the end that the two were connected on the costs of inaction writes John Connor in RenewEconomy.
The rising tide of directors' responsibilities
May 19, 2016 - 10:30am
Following the landmark 2015 Paris Agreement and new research into the world’s largest investors and climate related risk, John Connor, CEO of The Climate Institute explores challenges and long-term liability risks facing directors for the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Australia to sign Paris climate agreement this week, but still a global laggard
Apr 22, 2016 - 4:43pm
On Friday night Australian time, over 150 countries will gather in New York to sign it in what will be the largest signing ceremony ever undertaken for an international treat, Erwin Jackson writes in Lowy's Interpreter.