Take action – Call out Cbus’ climate hypocrisy

With millions of people around the world taking to the streets to call for urgent action to halt the climate crisis, Cbus has proved itself a massive climate hypocrite. At AGL’s annual general meeting, Cbus voted against a shareholder proposal that asked Australia’s biggest carbon polluter to reduce its emissions … Read More

Super funds still obstructing climate action

Over the past few weeks, your super fund has had the opportunity to vote, on your behalf, for real climate action from two of Australia’s biggest carbon polluters: AGL and Origin. But we know many super funds failed to take this opportunity, and instead supported these companies’ plans to keep … Read More

Rio Tinto investors baulk at climate risk management

9 May 2019 The vast majority of Rio Tinto’s investors – which includes just about every super fund in Australia – today failed to ensure the company acts to manage down its exposure to climate change risk. A Market Forces-coordinated shareholder resolution was put to Rio Tinto’s annual general meeting … Read More

Out of line, out of time

With devastating impacts of climate change already being felt around the world, the need to act has never been more urgent. But 22 of Australia’s biggest companies are dragging us in completely the wrong direction, pursuing new fossil fuel projects and basing their business plans on the failure of the … Read More

Do you own a piece of these dirty fossil fuel projects?

Is this your dirty fossil fuel project?

Super funds invest our retirement nest eggs in major infrastructure projects and assets, not just companies. This means you are likely to own a piece of some of the biggest, dirtiest fossil fuels projects on the planet. Market Forces has found widespread investment in fossil fuel infrastructure among Australia’s 50 … Read More

Support Mark’s super legal battle over climate change

Meet Mark, an ordinary 23 year old from Brisbane who is taking an extraordinary action that could have a big climate impact… Mark won’t be able to access his super for nearly 40 years. That’s a long time for the impacts of climate change to hit hard. So Mark needs … Read More