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“Coal Is Dead”: Political Fetish with Little Black Rock Trashed By Trillionaire Investor
The Australian government has been ridiculed by a trillion dollar global fund manager for “denying gravity” on coal investment.
A Brief History of Ethical Investing
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.
Impact Spotlight: How Climates Is Building Climate Resilience In The Pacific
Future Super are proud to work with and support organisations leading the way to address climate action. Climates is a not-for-profit organisation empowering our neighbours in the Pacific to build climate resilience. They’ve just come back from COP23 in Bonn, check out our interview with them.
11 Ways to Reduce your Carbon Footprint in Under 5 Minutes
We’d all love to go zero carbon, but it’s not always so simple with our busy lives. Future Super shows eleven easy, five-minute strategies to cut back right away.
10 crappy things you could be funding through your super (and might want to stop)
Did you know your super could be funding harmful industries like nuclear arms and tobacco? Future Super reveals 10 damaging industries to avoid investing in.
Ethical Super Series - Part 1
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.
Top 3 Ethical Investments in 2017
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.
Super Funds Detention: why the refugee rights movement should embrace divestment
Australian pro-refugee activists have unknowingly been investing in companies that profit from the suffering of refugees.
The Elephant in the Room: Why Australian Politicians Don’t Care about Climate Change
Ever wondered why politicians don’t seem to care about climate change? Find out why they’re not telling the whole truth in this article by Future Super.
The bad investment that is short-changing your super
As Australians await further changes to the superannuation industry, there’s one key area where regulators can help protect Australians from losing thousands of dollars from their super savings.
Why Mark is suing REST super for failing on climate
This legend is suing a $50 billion super fund for climate inaction.