CDP Australia and New Zealand

In 2014, CDP is requesting climate change information from:
  • the ASX 200 - the 200 largest companies by market capitalization on the Australian Securities Exchange
  • the NZX 50 - the 50 largest companies by market capitalization on the New Zealand Exchange

CDP is requesting water information from 50 water intensive companies in the ASX 100 in 2014.

Smart Sustainability Conference

Find out how your company can efficiently engage with the leading sustainability frameworks and learn from sustainability thought leaders at the Smart Sustainability Conference on 7 May in Sydney.

Speakers from CDP, DJSI, GRI, IIRC and UN Global Compact will be joined by representatives of leading companies and investors, including: AMP, David Jones, Net Balance, Orora and Westpac. More info

Climate change program

Australia & NZ Climate Change Report 2013
Read the 2013 report
Read the report

Previous reports
Read the 2012 report
Read the 2011 report
Read the 2010 report
Read the 2009 report

 

Closing Australia's Carbon Chasm

Developed with Energetics, this report considers the contribution that Australia's corporate sector is making towards the achievement of the nation's greenhouse emission reduction targets for 2020 and beyond.  Read the report

Climate Leadership Indices

CDP 2013 ASX200 and NZX50
Climate Performance Leadership Indices



CDP 2013 ASX200 and NZX50
Climate Disclosure Leadership Indices

ASX 200 & NZX 50 climate change disclosures

ASX 200 - 2008-2013
The 200 largest companies in Australia based on market capitalization.

NZX 50 - 2008-2013
The 50 largest companies in New Zealand based on market capitalization.

ASX 100 and NZX 50: 2006-2007
The 100 largest companies in Australia and the 50 largest companies in New Zealand based on market capitalization.

 

Scoring partner - Australia & NZ

First Carbon Solutions 

 

Water program

Read the report

Australia Water Report
Shining the light on corporate water performance

Read the 2011 report
 
Press release

Latest news

Carbon uncertainty as risky as high prices Australian Financial Review, December 2013 | Read

ASX 200 companies set short term goals for C02 reduction The Sustainability Report, December 2013 | Read

Major US corporations plan for carbon taxes Australian Financial Review, December 2013 | Read

Property outperforms in latest CDP report The Fifth Estate, December 2013 | Read

Australian companies not factoring in carbon risk RenewEconomy, December 2013 | Read

Money talks on carbon cuts, business finds Australian Financial Review, September 2013 | Read

NAB, Westpac leaders in 2013 CDP Global 500 The Sustainability Report, September 2013 | Read

Renewable cities not just a pipedream Sydney Morning Herald, June 2013 | Read

GHG efficiency projects increase cities’ finances and health The Sustainability Report, June 2013 | Read

Companies come to terms with carbon pricing Business Spectator, November 2012 | Read

Companies lag on carbon reduction targets Australian Financial Review, November 2012 | Read

Fears over carbon tax easing Sydney Morning Herald, November 2012 | Read

CDP: water a substantial risk to ASX100 companies The Sustainability Report, July 2012 | Read

Water risks real but struggle for boardroom attention Ethical Investor, July 2012 | Read

Australia's two-speed carbon economy Climate Spectator, November 2011 | Read

Emissions: who comes clean? The Age, November 2011 | Read

Major banks excel in carbon disclosure Australian Financial Review, September 2011 | Read

 

I congratulate CDP on its efforts to place climate change at the forefront of financial and policy decision-making... Information from the CDP will help drive Australia’s transition to a low carbon economy, assist investors and companies to benchmark the climate change performance of companies against their peers, and accelerate the adoption of emission reduction activities.

Greg Combet,
Former Australian Minister for Climate Change and Energy Efficiency

CDP worldwide

Investor signatories to CDP's climate change program

In 2014, 65 of the 767 investor signatories to CDP's climate change program are headquartered and/or listed in Australia and NZ. Their combined assets of USD$3.8 trillion comprise over 4% of the global total of USD$92 trillion.

Institutional investor signatories to CDP's climate change program headquartered and/or listed in Australia
AMP Capital Investors, Arkx Investment Management, ATI Asset Management, Australia and New Zealand Banking Group, Australian Ethical Investment, AustralianSuper, bankmecu, Bendigo and Adelaide Bank, BT Financial Group, BT Investment Management, CARE Super, Catholic Super, Cbus Superannuation Fund, Celeste Funds Management, Challenger, Change Investment Management, Christian Super, Colonial First State Global Asset Management, CommInsure, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation, Dalton Nicol Reid, Dexus Property Group, ESSSuper, Eureka Funds Management, First State Investments, First State Superannuation Scheme, Five Oceans Asset Management, Good Super, GPT Group, HESTA Super, Industry Funds Management, Insurance Australia Group, Local Government Super, LUCRF Super, Macquarie Group, Maple-Brown Abbott, Mirvac Group, MTAA Superannuation Fund, Nanuk Asset Management, National Australia Bank, New Forests, NGS Super, Northward Capital, People's Choice Credit Union, Perpetual Investments, QBE Insurance Group, Rei Super, SAS Trustee Corporation, Solaris Investment Management, SouthPeak Investment Management, StatewideSuper, Stockland, Telstra Super, UniSuper, VicSuper, Victorian Funds Management Corporation, Vinva Investment Management, Westpac Banking Corporation

Institutional investor signatories to CDP's climate change program headquartered and/or listed in NZ
ASB Community Trust, Australia and New Zealand Banking Group, Guardians of New Zealand Superannuation, Harbour Asset Management, Kiwi Income Property Trust, Socrates Fund Management, Waikato Community Trust, Westpac Banking Corporation

Investor signatories to CDP's water program

In 2014, 51 of the 573 investor signatories to CDP's water program are headquartered and/or listed in Australia and NZ. Their combined assets of USD$2.8 trillion comprise over 4.5% of the global total of USD$60 trillion.

Institutional investor signatories to CDP's water program headquartered and/or listed in Australia
ATI Asset Management, Australian Ethical Investment, AustralianSuper, BT Financial Group, BT Investment Management, CARE Super, Catholic Super, Cbus Superannuation Fund, Celeste Funds Management, Change Investment Management, Christian Super, Colonial First State Global Asset Management, CommInsure, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation, Dalton Nicol Reid, ESSSuper, Eureka Funds Management, First State Investments, Five Oceans Asset Management, Good Super, GPT Group, HESTA Super, Local Government Super, LUCRF Super, Maple-Brown Abbott, MTAA Superannuation Fund, National Australia Bank, New Forests, NGS Super, Northward Capital, People's Choice Credit Union, Perpetual Investments, QBE Insurance Group, Rei Super, SAS Trustee Corporation, Solaris Investment Management, SouthPeak Investment Management, StatewideSuper, Stockland, Telstra Super, UniSuper, VicSuper, Victorian Funds Management Corporation, Vinva Investment Management, Westpac Banking Corporation

Institutional investor signatories to CDP's water program headquartered and/or listed in NZ
ASB Community Trust, Harbour Asset Management, Kiwi Income Property Trust, Socrates Fund Management, Waikato Community Trust, Westpac Banking Corporation

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