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ESG, carbon and natural capital accounting

Business strategies aimed at decarbonisation must focus on enhancing environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance while maintaining financial sustainability.  

We need to understand the social and economic landscape within which the energy transition is happening. As such it is absolutely crucial to manage emissions,  our natural capital and obligations to society.

Areas of focus

  • Governance in environmental, social, and economic sustainability in the critical minerals sector
  • ESG strategies, risk management, benchmarking and performance
  • ESG risks and opportunities, governance and accountability over the energy transition supply chain (including modern slavery in the clean energy sector)
  • Natural capital accounting, measurement and reporting
  • Climate and carbon accounting measurement, verification and reporting
  • Accounting for carbon trading credits and carbon offsets

Impact and outcomes

  • Development and implementation of a natural capital accounting framework (a first in Australia)
  • Formulation and calculation of carbon emission footprints for industry stakeholders