Corporate Climate Policy Engagement

Corporate Climate Policy Engagement in Australia

The diagram below maps out the climate policy engagement of the largest companies operating in Australia which are most significant to climate change (see FAQs for how these companies are chosen).

The ‘Climate Performance Band’ charts the overall position of the company towards Paris-aligned climate policy, from most oppositional (left) to most supportive (right). The ‘Engagement Intensity’ expresses how actively a company is engaging with climate policy, with the most engaged companies at the top of the graph. Hover over the graph to see details of each company, or find each company's full metrics and online profile in the table below.

Information about Australian industry associations and their climate policy engagement can be found on the Industry Associations page.

InfluenceMap maintains the world’s leading database of corporate and industry association lobbying of climate policy around the globe, covering around 500 companies and 250 industry groups globally. Full details of what our metrics mean are contained within the info icons. A full explanation of our methodology can be found here.

Company Listings

Below is a ranking table with the companies included in this research. A summary profile and full access to the data underlying the assessments can be accessed via the links in the table

Influencemap Performance BandOrganizationEngagement Intensity
C+AGL Energy40UtilitiesOceania
DAlcoa15Metals & MiningNorth America
C-Ampol Limited (formerly Caltex Australia)11EnergyOceania
D+Anglo American25Metals & MiningEurope
BApple34Information TechnologyNorth America
CAustralia and New Zealand Banking Group13FinancialsOceania
C-BHP44Metals & MiningOceania
CBluescope Steel39Metals & MiningOceania
DBoral Limited11Construction MaterialsOceania
D-Chevron51EnergyNorth America
C-CLP Holdings (EnergyAustralia)22UtilitiesAsia
D+Coles Group3Consumer StaplesOceania
C+Commonwealth Bank of Australia12FinancialsOceania
D-ConocoPhillips39EnergyNorth America
D-ExxonMobil53EnergyNorth America
C+Fortescue Metals Group33Metals & MiningOceania
D-Glencore International33Metals & MiningEurope
C+Insurance Australia Group12FinancialsOceania
CLendlease14Construction MaterialsOceania
C+Macquarie Group22FinancialsOceania
D+Mitsubishi Corporation21IndustrialsAsia
C+National Australia Bank20FinancialsOceania
C-Origin Energy45EnergyOceania
E-Peabody19Metals & MiningNorth America
CQantas Airways22TransportationOceania
D+Rio Tinto Group37Metals & MiningEurope
N/ASingapore Telecommunications Limited (Singtel)2TelecommunicationsAsia
D+South3217Metals & MiningOceania
FSunset Power International (Delta Electricity)14UtilitiesOceania
D+Virgin Australia17TransportationOceania
DViva Energy11EnergyOceania
C+Westpac Banking Corporation25FinancialsOceania
EWhitehaven Coal26Metals & MiningOceania
D-Woodside Energy Group Ltd40EnergyOceania
CWoolworths Ltd10Consumer StaplesOceania
EYancoal13Metals & MiningOceania
DToyota Motor39AutomobilesAsia
CHolcim48Construction MaterialsEurope
N/AMetcash2Consumer StaplesOceania
DBeach Energy10EnergyNorth America
D-Newcrest Mining6Metals & MiningOceania
C-Snowy Hydro14EnergyOceania
E-Tamboran Resources12EnergyOceania
ESenex Energy10EnergyOceania
N/ABank of Queensland4FinancialsOceania
CBendigo and Adelaide Bank8FinancialsOceania
C-Adbri (Adelaide Brighton)15Construction MaterialsOceania
E+Alinta Energy20EnergyOceania
D+Incitec Pivot18ChemicalsOceania
CAustralian Industry Group (Ai Group)56All SectorsOceania
C-Business Council of Australia54All SectorsOceania
E+Australian Chamber of Commerce & Industry20All SectorsOceania
DAustralian Industry Greenhouse Network25EnergyOceania
DEnergy Users Association of Australia26EnergyOceania
B+Energy Efficiency Council33EnergyOceania
CAustralian Energy Council45EnergyOceania
A-Clean Energy Council39EnergyOceania
D-Minerals Council of Australia (MCA)49Metals & MiningOceania
ENSW Minerals Council32Metals & MiningOceania
D-Queensland Resources Council (QRC)19Metals & MiningOceania
DChamber of Minerals and Energy of Western Australia (CME)28Metals & MiningOceania
E+Australian Petroleum Production & Exploration Association (APPEA)43EnergyOceania
D+Australian Pipelines and Gas Association21EnergyOceania
BCarbon Market Institute46All SectorsOceania
C-Gas Energy Australia18EnergyOceania
CEnergy Networks Australia18EnergyOceania
DSouth Australian Chamber of Mines and Energy20Metals & MiningOceania
D-Association of Mining and Exploration Companies23Metals & MiningOceania
E+Australian Institute of Petroleum10EnergyOceania
N/AAustralian Steel Institute4All SectorsOceania
D+Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI)25AutomobilesOceania
B+Electric Vehicle Council25AutomobilesOceania
ECement Industry Federation14Construction MaterialsOceania
C+Hydrogen Council10EnergyEurope