The Great Superannuation Greenwash
How Australia’s largest super funds are using members’ retirement savings to vote against climate action
The Climate Wreckers Index
The worst of the worst – the 190 companies doing most of the climate wrecking.
Stewards of Climate Disaster
How Australia’s biggest super funds are failing to deliver on climate claims through ‘active ownership’.
Campaigns on individual funds
Are you a member of one of these super funds? Find out more and join the campaign:
Join the movement calling on HESTA to stop investing in fossil fuel companies causing climate destruction and strain on the health system.
Hostplus invests on behalf of many young Australians working in cafes and restaurants, as well as workers in the tourism, sports, and recreation sectors, which face the brunt of climate impacts.
While Australia’s academics, scientists and researchers work on climate change solutions, their super fund is investing their retirement savings in the companies causing the problem.
Did you know?
Australia’s 30 biggest super funds invest an average of
9% of members’ share investments
in the 190 worst companies expanding coal, oil and gas.
If this average were consistent across the super industry,
over $140 billion
of Australians’ retirement savings would be invested in this dangerous group of companies.