The Victoria Climate Change Act was passed in February 2017, and established a long-term emissions reduction target of net zero by 2050. The Act also mandates the development of interim emissions targets every five years, as well as the publication of an Adaptation Action Plan and a Climate Change Strategy every five years.
Alignment with IPCC on Climate Action; GHG Emission Regulation
The Victoria Climate Change Act 2017 is still in place unchanged.
The table below lists the entities tracked by InfluenceMap which have publicly engaged with the policy. InfluenceMap tracks around 300 companies and 150 industry associations globally. Each entity links back to the entities’ full InfluenceMap profile, where the evidence of its engagement can be found.
|Influencemap Performance Band||Organization||Engagement Intensity|
|E+||Minerals Council of Australia (MCA)||46||Metals & Mining||Oceania|
|C||Australian Industry Group (Ai Group)||53||All Sectors||Oceania|
|C+||Australian Energy Council||40||Energy||Oceania|
|D||Australian Industry Greenhouse Network||21||Energy||Oceania|
|A-||Energy Efficiency Council||27||Energy||Oceania|