Post COP26 optimism about reaching Paris climate goals
14 November 2021 / published on The Hill
“There’s a significant move from where we started two weeks ago in terms of the pledges when you add them all up,” said Rick Saines, leading climate lawyer and Pollination Partner.
“The other thing that has been renewed is a commitment to come back next year and not just wait another five years to update NDCs,” he added. “So this is a decision that the parties have taken to keep the pressure on and keep the focus on increasing the ambition to bring us in line with 1.5.”
Australian carbon credit prices hit record high on demand surge
22 September 2021 / published on spglobal.com
“Alongside corporates looking to implement their net zero strategies, we are also seeing interest in the Australian market from investors that are increasingly viewing carbon as an asset class,” Phil Cohn
How much is a tree worth? Investors seek to build a market for nature
02 June 2021 / published on Financial Times
As organisations seek to make good on net zero commitments, interest in offsets has soared. Climate Asset Management, the venture between HSBC and Pollination, said it intended to launch a carbon offsets fund of up to $2bn.
Coal Scores a Win as Wider Climate Reckoning Rocks Fossil Fuels
27 May 2021 / published on bloomberg.com
“Internationally, we’re seeing the transition to net zero accelerating across all sectors,” said Zoe Whitton
Zoe Whitton joins Q+A to discuss the government’s decision for a new gas-fired power station in the Hunter Valley, NSW
20 May 2021 / published on abc.net.au
Banks’ climate push is more than just hot air
15 May 2021 / published on smh.com.au
Summerhayes, who now works at climate change advisory and investment firm Pollination, believes financial institutions now “get it” when it comes to climate risk. “The banks have come a long way in a short period of time. I think there’s now awareness within the banks about the challenge,” he says.