Addressing Physical Climate Risks in Infrastructure Investment

In a recently published report from the Coalition for Climate Resilient Investment (CCRI), the paper focuses on the need to incorporate physical climate risks in infrastructure design and investment decision-making. It presents how the CCRI is addressing the ‘climate resilience market failure’ through the implementation of tools, methodologies and principles to help the various stakeholders involved in infrastructure, including the financial industry, build resilience to a changing climate. For further reading and to download the report, visit: https://resilientinvestment.org/risk-and-resilience-report 

Not enough infrastructure spend going in to adaptation and resilience

The initiative of the GI Hub is tracking the amount of infrastructure as a stimulus announced by G20 governments and presents ongoing analyses and data insights to help governments, investors, multilateral development banks, and project directors achieve transformative outcomes from infrastructure in the post-COVID-19 recovery. Read more here: https://transformativeinfratracker.gihub.org/overview 

AM Council Acknowledged for input to Waste Reduction and Environmental Management of e-waste

The AMCouncil recently participated in a round-table discussion and an exclusive interview with Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment officials regarding transformation of e-waste into e-resource.

Assistant Minister for Waste Reduction and Environmental Management, Hon Trevor Evans has acknowledged the assistance from the AMCouncil in a letter.

Watch out for the release of the consultation later this year inviting submissions on this topic.

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The Glasgow Climate Pact

Click here to download a handy 28 page easy to read reference document outlining the main achievements of COP26 under the headings of:

  • Mitigation
  • Adaptation
  • Finance
  • Collaboration

Tasmania Chapter - 9 December 21

Join the Asset Management Council Hobart Chapter for a 4-part afternoon technical seminar featuring presentations covering asset management related projects from the local industry:

Date: Thursday, 9 December 2021
Time: 1pm - 4pm
Place: Engineers Australia Office, Level 5, 188 Collins Street, Hobart
Cost: Free for members; non-members $30

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