For almost two decades we have worked with governments and clients to drive the energy transition and advance practical solutions to climate challenges. We have built market leading capabilities in investing directly into climate mitigation and adaptation infrastructure and in supporting our clients and portfolio companies to decarbonise their activities.
We are committed to playing a leading role in achieving global net zero emissions by 2050.
Supporting decarbonisation in emerging markets and developing economies is central to global climate change mitigation efforts. Yet, at a time when global action to deliver a rapid and just transition in these countries should be accelerating, sustainable investment flows have been stalling. In this piece, we share our view on some of the key priorities, opportunities, and solutions in closing the gap in climate finance mobilisation.
Macquarie Group is committed to align its activities with the global goal of net zero emissions by 2050.
We will do this by reaching net zero for our own business operations by 2025 and aligning the emissions associated with our financing activities by 2050.
Our environmental, social and governance (ESG) commitment reflects our responsibility to clients, shareholders and the communities in which we operate.
We regularly disclose climate risks, report on our progress across our businesses and support a range of global climate initiatives.