Society is transitioning to a low-carbon economy. So are our clients, and so is ING. We finance a lot of sustainable activities but we still finance more that aren't. So as well as reducing ING's contribution to climate change, we’re also working to understand the risks of climate change to ING.
Financing the change
We’re steering the most carbon-intensive parts of ING’s portfolio towards net zero by 2050.
Tracking our progress
See our most recent climate report to check how we’re tracking against our climate targets.
What we do and don't finance
Our financing and investment practices consider social, ethical and environmental criteria.
Our own operations
We buy 100% renewable energy for our offices and compensate for remaining CO2 emissions.
Money is one of the biggest challenges for many people and households worldwide. That’s why we invest in products, tools and education that foster a financially healthy society.
One bank doesn’t have all the answers to the world's problems (but hey, we’re trying). So we also partner with other innovators to help deliver sustainable solutions.
Good Finds Market
We created Australia’s first online Saturday market for up-and-coming social enterprises in October 2022.
R U OK? Conversation Partner
We’ve partnered with R U OK? to help more Australians #FriendBetter through conversation.
Our employee volunteering program supports those who preserve the planet and help people.
ING Everyday Round Up to Charity
Round up your small change from eligible Orange Everyday purchases to help make a difference.
Just like our business, we’re committed to being transparent in our sustainability efforts too. So if you’d like to take a deeper dive into what we’re doing, jump in.