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We have more than renewable energy to stop climate breakdown
Renewable energy alone will not avoid dangerous climate change.
Future Super Member Spotlight: Josh @ Seaside Scavenge
We chat with passionate climate activist and proud Future Super member Josh about an impressive waterway cleanup project.
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.
Queensland + Adani 4EVA: A broken heart waiting to happen.
As a Queenslander, it disturbs me deeply what our government is agreeing to in our name, in considering an allegiance with Mr Adani to be in our state’s best interest. And I have the strong sense that we are the ones being played for fools.
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.
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.
Future Super named 2018 Telstra Business Awards: Social Change Maker Finalist!
Future Super has been listed as a 2018 Telstra Business Awards: Social Change Maker Finalist in the ACT.
The Adani Grinch is trying to steal Christmas - four things you can do to stop him
Adani is going ahead with its mine, a Christmas present Aussies don’t want, and neither major party will stop it. We need to let our politicians know it’s unacceptable to build new coal mines. Here are 4 ways you can help.
$200 Million In 2 years: How Future Super Helped Thousand Of Aussies Divest Their Superannuation
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.