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How activism lends itself to other decisions you make in your life
Future Super Member Advocate Brett Morgan argues that activism is a necessary part of living a truly meaningful life.
The story of AYCC’s first Western Sydney Organiser
From Botswana to Western Sydney to Future Super and beyond — this is the story of committed climate activist, Grace Vegesana.
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.
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.
Follow The Money: The fight to #StopAdani brings banks and super funds into focus
The fight to #StopAdani brings banks and super funds into focus.
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.
Why Westpac Caved On Adani, And What We Need To Do Next
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.
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.
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.
Why Mark is suing REST super for failing on climate
This legend is suing a $50 billion super fund for climate inaction.
Fly Bye: Aussie Airlines Deporting Refugees Face Wrath of Activist Investors
Why ethical investors are targeting Qantas
California Dreamin’ (of board diversity)
Having women in the boardroom produces better results for businesses as well as women. It takes a company determined to thumb their nose at women to choose to maintain an all-male board even at a proven cost to their business performance. California has joined voices with ethics-led investors like Future Super in calling for a smarter and fairer boardroom.
Is Energy Poverty the new buzzword or a real problem?
Energy poverty is both a national and global challenge impacting climate change prevention efforts and basic human survival - a problem that can only be solved by increasing awareness and demanding investment and focus on its solution.
Why does a superannuation company care about marriage equality?
Find out why marriage equality is an important issue for a superannuation fund. It might not be the answer you'd expect.