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Key results

Science-based target

Set to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions by 21% from 2015 levels by 2025.  

$18b

In financing activities planned to help address climate change and support the transition to a low carbon economy.  

Why is this important?

We recognise that environmental factors, such as climate change, are major challenges for our economy and society.

The impacts of climate change and climate-related policy are having a growing effect on our business, our customers, and the communities in which we operate.

We believe we have a key role to play in providing finance to assist the transition towards a low carbon economy. That’s why we continue to be the leading arranger (by market share) of project finance for renewable energy in Australia1.

A long-standing objective of our climate change strategy has been to learn by doing and then incorporate this knowledge into how we manage environment, social and governance (ESG) risks and provide products and services to assist our customers.

Download our Environmental Agenda.

Important Information

1. Project Finance International 2006-2016 Asia Pacific Initial Mandated Lead Arrangers League Tables – MidYear 2016 US$ Project Allocation, NAB analysis ranking against four major Australian banks – cumulative volume as at 30 June 2016.

What do we do?

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