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Corporate Climate Policy Footprint

November, 2021

The 50 Most Influential Companies and Industry Associations Blocking Climate Policy Action Globally

The A-List of Climate Policy Engagement 2021

October, 2021

To qualify, a company must exhibit sufficient support for ambitious climate policy, strategic levels of engagement with climate policy, and leadership in its sector. Links to industry associations egregiously opposing climate policy can disqualify a company from the list.

Does Corporate Australia Support Paris-Aligned Climate Policy?

September 2021

InfluenceMap's new research looked at the 50 most economically significant companies in Australia in relation to climate change and their potential to influence climate policy. The research found that none are strategically supporting Australian climate policy in line with the goals of the Paris Agreement. In contrast, nearly half of the companies assessed hold policy positions that are misaligned from the goals of the Paris Agreement. Full details are on InfluenceMap's interactive platform.

Industry Associations and European Climate Ambition

July, 2021

These groups are funded by some of Europe’s largest corporations including Volkswagen Group, LafargeHolcim, TotalEnergies, Repsol, and ArcelorMittal, all of whom are now touting net-zero targets for climate, as well as supporting climate science and the UNFCCC process in the run-up to COP26.

Big Tech and Climate Policy

January, 2021

The five Big Tech companies (Apple, Alphabet, Amazon, Facebook & Microsoft) account for more than 25% of the value of the S&P500 and 20% of its Q3 2020 profits.

Australian Industry Associations and their Carbon Policy Footprint

September 2020

This research finds that Australia’s most influential industry associations are having an overwhelmingly negative impact on climate policy, with 75% of the groups assessed taking positions against climate regulations while promoting a pro-fossil fuel agenda. This research is part of InfluenceMap’s ongoing research on corporate climate lobbying, which feeds into investor processes globally. The results will be of prime interest to numerous asset managers and owners currently engaging on the topic with corporations operating in Australia.

This research finds that Australia’s most influential industry associations are having an overwhelmingly negative impact on climate policy, with 75% of the groups assessed taking positions against climate regulations while promoting a pro-fossil fuel agenda.

The EU’s Climate Ambition:
Who's on Board (and Who's Not)

May 2019

A detailed analysis of key trade groups and how they are positioning themselves for the future of climate in Europe

The A-List of Climate Policy Engagement

April 2018

Which global companies lead in strategic lobbying for the ambitions of Paris?

How the US Auto Industry is Dismantling the World's Most Successful Climate Policy

April 2018

The US automotive industry, led by Ford, GM, Fiat Chrysler and Toyota, has spent millions of dollars in the last few years in an effort to dismantle a decade of policy progress on US vehicle efficiency and greenhouse gas emissions.

Climate Lobbying in the Trump Era

January 2017

This report looks at how corporate America has lobbied climate policy and regulations following the US election, both positively and negatively.

European Cement and the EU ETS

February 2017

Since the conception of the EU ETS over a decade ago, the European cement industry has succeeded in crippling the original ambition of the policy, which was to decarbonise European industry, whilst booking billions of Euros in pure profits from the allocation of credits.

US Auto Industry Lobbying Under Trump

November 2017

InfluenceMap's analysis of US auto industry lobbying shows an accelerated pattern of aggressive opposition to weaken climate-motivated policy since the election of President Donald Trump.

BHP and its Trade Associations on Climate

December 2017

The global mining giant has just published a review of climate/energy misalignments between it and its key lobby groups - InfluenceMap fact checks this for accuracy and completeness.

Trade Associations and their Climate Policy Footprint

December 2017

Industry groups are key lobbying agents for business - we use our analytics to pick out the 50 most influential on climate.

Corporate Carbon Policy Footprint - the 50 Most Influential, 2017

September 2017

InfluenceMap has identified the 50 companies most influential in shaping climate and energy policy around the world. Some of these (such as ExxonMobil) are in opposition while others (such as Apple and Unilever) are championing ambitious national-level policy to support their decarbonization plans...

Press Releases

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18/05/2021
Japan
Climate Policy Lobbying
23/11/2021
Climate Policy Lobbying
Finance and Climate Risk
Climate Policy Engagement
04/11/2021
Climate Policy Lobbying
Climate Policy Engagement
21/10/2021
Australia
Climate Policy Lobbying
Climate Policy Engagement
15/10/2021
Climate Policy Lobbying
Climate Policy Engagement
30/09/2021
Fossil Fuels
Climate Policy Lobbying
Climate Policy Engagement
09/09/2021
Australia
Climate Policy Lobbying
Climate Policy Engagement
04/03/2021
Fossil Fuels
Climate Policy Lobbying
Energy Policy
29/01/2021
Automotive and Transport
Fossil Fuels
Climate Policy Lobbying
Climate Policy Engagement
10/06/2021
Automotive and Transport
Climate Policy Lobbying
28/01/2021
Climate Policy Lobbying
Climate Policy Engagement
20/05/2021
Fossil Fuels
Climate Policy Lobbying
Energy Policy
23/03/2021
Fossil Fuels
Sustainable Finance
Climate Policy Lobbying
18/05/2021
Japan
Climate Policy Lobbying
Climate Policy Engagement
14/04/2021
Climate Policy Lobbying
Climate Policy Engagement
19/04/2021
Climate Policy Lobbying
Climate Policy Engagement
05/05/2021
Australia
Sustainable Finance
Climate Policy Lobbying
Finance and Climate Risk
28/01/2021
Climate Policy Lobbying