Additionally, we regularly disclose climate risks, report on our progress across our businesses and support a range of global climate initiatives.
Macquarie Asset Management has pledged to invest and manage its portfolio in line with global net zero emission by 2040. In addition to this, they have joined the Net Zero Asset Managers initiative, building on the commitment to climate change leadership.
Net zero by 2050
Net zero by 2025
Net zero by 2040
All offices by 2025
Macquarie’s environmental, social and governance (ESG) commitment reflects our responsibility to clients, shareholders and the communities in which we operate.
Read more about our ESG commitments below.
Macquarie continues to support the important work of the Task Force on Climate‑related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) and is actively implementing its recommendations. More information on our TCFD implementation progress and scenario analysis is available here.
Since 2010, we have reduced our energy use and maintained our carbon neutral commitment. The 2025 Sustainability Plan presents an opportunity to further create a positive social and environmental impact across our direct operations.
The report focuses on our Infrastructure, Renewables, Agriculture and Real Estate businesses.
Green Investment Group (GIG) is accelerating the green transition. This annual report details GIG's mission led project activity, forward looking strategy and green impact.
Created to mobilise private climate finance at the scale and speed needed to support an orderly and inclusive transition, Macquarie is a key contributor to CFLI. Additionally, Macquarie and Tata Group co-chair CFLI India, supporting India’s clean energy investment goals through capital mobilisation and clearer policy frameworks.
Urgent work is required to adapt to changes in climate conditions. Macquarie teams have provided insight and expertise to the Global Commission on Adaptation (GCA) report, notably in relation to financing adaptation and the investments required in resilient infrastructure.
A Taskforce comprised of more than 40 leaders from six continents with backgrounds across the carbon market value chain, aiming to build consensus on how best to scale up voluntary carbon markets.
The Sustainable Markets Initiative aims to lead and accelerate the world's transition to a sustainable future by putting nature, people and planet at the heart of global value creation.