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Teller me the Truth: CommBank’s dirty laundry to finally get aired
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.
“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.
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.
I just can’t help falling in love (with Tesla solar roofs)
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.
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.
The Clean Tech Car Revolution You Didn't Realise Was Happening
The man who predicted "solar will eat everything" has a new warning for investors, which includes every working Australian with a super fund.
NYC vs Fossil Fuels: the Big Apple’s clever plan to take down Big Polluters
New York City is suing 5 fossil fuel giants and divesting billions from big polluters
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.
Making superannuation just a little more super for women
It’s no secret that superannuation kinda sucks for women. Super, it turns out, is where a lifetime of workforce inequality can be seen loud and clear. But there are some great examples being set by businesses who see this inequality and want to do something about it... and some of them might surprise you.
New research reveals that 7.7% of Australia’s retirement savings could fund 100% renewable power by 2030
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.
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.
Short-change women and you short-change the world: Why we should all care more about the gender pay gap in Australia
If a generation of poverty-stricken grandmas isn’t enough to make us stop and think, then maybe this will.
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.
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.