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|... average temperature increase to 1.5C or well below 2C above pre-industrial levels." Market Forces executive director Julien Vincent told Financial Standard Woodside's results aren't a surprise, but they should still be food for thought for Australian ...|
|... "Every day counts when it comes to getting to grips with the climate crisis," said Market Forces executive director Julien Vincent. "Under no circumstances should NABs five-year delay be acceptable to investors, particularly since the bank's credibility ...|
|... failure of the Paris Agreement, and an invitation to runaway global warming" said Market Forces Executive Director Julien Vincent. "By signalling to coal power plant operators that they can rely on NAB's support beyond 2030, and having no plan in place ...|
|... lending to highly-exposed fossil fuel projects and dismal climate change policy," Market Forces executive director Julien Vincent said. "As such a huge part of Australia's economy, CommBank needs to take the common sense approach of embedding climate ...|
|... dangerous threshold of two degrees Celsius," the report said. Analysing the report, Market Forces executive director Julien Vincent noted that NAB is the only Australian bank to explicitly acknowledge the necessity of reducing coal burning in order to ...|
|... tale" to Australians and their superannuation funds holding fossil fuel stocks. Market Forces executive director Julien Vincent said: "Super funds have the choice to take a systemic approach to the structural decline of coal and rule it out of their ...|
Rest has appointed a new general manager of superannuation and retirement solutions, hiring from NGS Super.
The US is betting that a combination of the stimulus package and COVID-19 vaccinations will lead to full economic recovery by the end of the year, according to a leading economist.
Challenger's multi-boutique business has partnered with a Japanese asset management giant in a two-way relationship.
ASIC has hit financial advisers with the news that levies will increase by the equivalent of 160% over two years, with industry bodies outraged.
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