The Wollemi Pine is Australia's oldest living tree having survived the impacts of climate for 200-million years. It is also an Aboriginal word meaning "look around you, keep your eyes open and watch out". Corporations are being asked for this same vigilance to ensure a sustainable climate future.
The land and agriculture sector is critical to meeting global goals for net zero emissions by 2050. Agriculture contributes 2.4% of Australia’s GDP (4% globally) but produces over 17% of Australia’s emissions (18% globally). Companies need a trusted and consistent industry-wide approach to GHG Emissions reporting - Wollemi, with our independently validated methodology, provides this for land and agriculture.
The origin of our name is from the Wollemi Pine, Australia's oldest living tree, which has survived the impacts of climate for 200-million years. The Wollemi team are experts across sustainability, finance and climate data science and are committed to empowering climate resilience for the benefit of the people, communities and economies.
Agriculture is critical to meeting the global goal of net zero emissions by 2050. Contributing 2.4% of Australia’s GDP (4% globally), agriculture produces over 17% of Australia’s emissions (18% globally). We believe that understanding the carbon footprint of agricultural lending activities is more than a disclosure exercise, it is instrumental to the global campaign to achieve net-zero emissions. Financial services companies, equipped with this invaluable data, can more accurately assess climate-related risks and engage with customers to influence mutually beneficial climate opportunities.