Ever wondered why super funds make discovering your actual investments so hard? We think you should know what you’re money’s being invested in. Here’s why.
Future Super to be recognised as Australia’s best super fund on the issue of climate change by 350.org, the world’s leading climate advocacy organisation.
Energy policy has politicians are squabbling for the top job like seagulls scrapping for chips. But not even Dutton can stop the surge in renewable energy.
Why ethical investors are targeting Qantas
As the big grocers dilly dally over single use plastic bags, Sarah and the Taroona community are proving that ending plastic is child's play.
It's amazing what you find when you follow the money...
This legend is suing a $50 billion super fund for climate inaction.
Why wait for fossil fools when we can build renewables ourselves?
Today, brand new research by UTS Institute of Sustainable Futures (ISF) and Future Super reveals that funding Australia’s transition to 100% renewable energy could be easier than once thought.
Over the past few years ethical investing has taken off, but it’s much more than a recent fad. Here to catch you up on the long and fascinating history is Australia's ethical investing pioneer, James Thier.
New York City is suing 5 fossil fuel giants and divesting billions from big polluters
Sick of dirty energy destroying this environment? Be part of the solution with these 6 steps from Future Super, and help put an end to fossil fuel companies.
This sleazy pick-up strategy explains everything about the Turnbull government’s energy talk.
On a warm and windy Thursday, an unlikely group gathered for a pilgrimage 30 minutes south of Canberra.
Tesla first wowed crowds with solar roof demos last October and started taking orders earlier this year. Future Super members are proud investors in Tesla and Solar Roofs. Read how together, we’re making the clean energy revolution happen.
Commonwealth Bank has been in hot water lately over a number of issues. But the really interesting story is at risk of getting lost in all the noise. Find out about the Aussie legends who are taking on the banking giant.
Ethical superannuation is not just about avoiding harmful industries. It’s also about investing to make a positive impact and generate a strong return. Here’s how Future Super’s top 3 ethical investments for the 2016-17 financial year stack up for investment impact and return potential.
Everyone is talking about ethical super these days, but what does it really mean? Explore the ins and outs of ethical superannuation and investment with Future Super’s Ethical Super Series. In this 10 part series exploring everything from ‘what is fossil fuel free’ to ‘how to analyse a company’, we’ll be looking at how ordinary Australians can be empowered to invest more ethically.
The Australian government has been ridiculed by a trillion dollar global fund manager for “denying gravity” on coal investment.
The man who predicted "solar will eat everything" has a new warning for investors, which includes every working Australian with a super fund.
When you think of ethical investments, data centers are unlikely to be the first sector that comes to mind. However, it’s Australian listed companies like NEXTDC that are providing critical sustainability leadership by reducing the carbon footprint connected to our digital activities.
We looked at the growth of renewable energy in Australia from the Clean Energy Regulator's recently released report. Here's what we found.
Thousands of Australians are celebrating today with the news that Westpac has all but ruled out funding Adani’s controversial Carmichael mine. On Friday, Westpac released a new climate change action policy which effectively rules them out from funding Adani’s monster mine.
The fight to #StopAdani brings banks and super funds into focus.
Imagine the power of all of us moving our super money out of fossil fuels and into funding climate solutions. Superannuation is mandatory, but investing in fossil fuels shouldn’t be. Australians deserve a choice. This is the story of how two guys decided to do something about it.