ASX200 companies’ sustainability disclosures are improving, but fewer than half of the ASX200 have a climate change policy or emissions reduction target, according to new research from the Australian Council of Superannuation Investors (ACSI).
ACSI has published its 10th annual Corporate Sustainability Reporting in Australia: 2017, which assesses the degree to which listed companies are reporting on sustainability information. This year, ACSI included a specific focus on how companies publicly say they measure and manage their exposures to climate-related risks.
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