Superannuation allows Australians the opportunity to retire with comfort and security. But what if the super we retire with has been funding environmental destruction and runaway climate change? What if, by being invested in fossil fuels like coal mining and coal seam gas, our super funds deliver us a polluted world to retire into?
Use the table below to see which super funds are invested in companies that are actively undermining the climate goals set out in the Paris Agreement, and take action to tell your fund to lift its game on climate action.
Click each fund’s name for more details, and click the column headings to learn more about the terms and methodologies used.
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