The Third Wheel Podcast Series: ESG in Australia Episode 19

    By Melanie Debenham Episode 19 – Recycle, Recovery and Reduce with Neometals Melanie Debenham is joined by Anél Joubert, ESG Manager and Jeremy McManus, GM Commercial and Investor Relations from Neometals, an emerging and sustainable producer of battery minerals. Anél and Jeremy discuss the prominence of ESG in their own roles and across Neometals’ markets … Read more

    The Third Wheel Podcast Series: ESG in Australia Episode 18

    By Timothy Stutt and Kathryn Pacey Episode 18 – The need for speed (and pragmatic pathways) with Dr Chris Greig, Princeton University Tim Stutt and Kathryn Pacey are joined by Dr Chris Greig, Princeton University to discuss the energy transition, industry decarbonisation, technology and investment. Dr Greig shares the origin story and highlights of Net-Zero America, … Read more

    The Third Wheel Podcast Series: ESG in Australia Episode 17

    By Timothy Stutt, Melanie Debenham and Kathryn Pacey Episode 17 – Australian Federal Election results with Kathryn Pacey Mel and Tim are joined by Kathryn Pacey to break down an historic election where climate change featured prominently. The first six weeks of a new government have provided much to discuss including the Climate Change Bill to … Read more

    UK Energy Security Bill introduced amid political turmoil has wide-ranging implications for the energy sector

    The post below was first published on our Energy notes and Infrastructure notes blogs On 6 July 2022, a day of significant political uncertainty, the Government published its long-awaited Energy Security Bill. Notwithstanding the current political turmoil, this is expected to survive to become the most wide-ranging legislative reform of the UK’s energy market for … Read more

    ESG Updates – The Bank of England Climate Biennial Exploratory Scenario

    The Bank of England (“BoE“) has published the results of the Climate Biennial Exploratory Scenario (“CBES“), which explores the financial risks posed by climate change for the largest banks and insurers operating in the UK. In line with the findings of other central bank stress tests across the globe, the CBES found that while the … Read more

    The Third Wheel Podcast Series: ESG in Australia Episode 15

    By Timothy Stutt, Jojo Fan and Mark Smyth Episode 15 – Climate change and ESG litigation trends in the consumer sector with Jojo Fan and Mark Smyth In this episode, Tim invites our disputes team to share climate change and ESG litigation insights. Jojo Fan from our Hong Kong office and Mark Smyth from the … Read more

    London Stock Exchange’s Proposed Voluntary Carbon Market

    Further to the London Stock Exchange’s (“LSE”) announcement during COP26 that it was developing a market offering to support publicly traded carbon funds, the LSE launched a consultation last week on its new Voluntary Carbon Market (“VCM”). The consultation period closes on 11 July 2022 and the final rules are expected to be published by the end … Read more

    The Third Wheel podcast series: ESG in Australia Episode 14

    By Olga Klimczak and Nerida Jessup Episode 14 – Fix the workplace, not the worker with David Burroughs, Westpac In this episode, our Employment, Industrial Relations and Safety team take the wheel, with Olga Klimczak and Nerida Jessup hosting special guest, David Burroughs, Chief Mental Health Officer at Westpac. It’s an important, and lively, discussion on how organisations are shaping work … Read more