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Australia companies face scrutiny on carbon disclosure

Wed, 09/22/2010 - 4:24am
Reuters

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Miners and other top Australian firms face greater scrutiny from investors on greenhouse gas emissions, with companies that do not fully disclose their carbon risks to be increasingly targeted at shareholder meetings, an investor group said on Wednesday.

The Investor Group on Climate Change said it wanted all of Australia's top 200 listed companies to reveal data under the global Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) to allow investors to adequately assess carbon risks.

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