Vision Super dumps coal and tar sands

Vision Super petition handover win

This week industry super fund Vision Super, whose membership is mainly made up of Victorian local government employees, announced that it will begin selling off its thermal coal and tar sands company shares. This positive and responsible move means Vision Super members’ money will no longer be used to fund … Read More

Evolution Mining doesn’t apply gold standard to climate risk disclosure

Evolution Mining

22 November 2018 Evolution Mining is a gold mining company with operations mainly in Queensland and Western Australia. The gold miner scored dismally low in our latest Investing in the Dark research released in August. The company has not: clearly acknowledged the science of climate change  considered climate change as a … 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

Lakes Oil & LNG fail to consider the financial impact of climate change

15 November 2018 It was a case of déjà vu this week, with two gas exploration companies almost reading from the same script as they responded to shareholder concerns about climate change resilience at separate annual general meetings (AGM). Lakes Oil and Liquified Natural Gas Limited (LNG) are fossil fuel exploration companies … Read More

Downer board can’t face up to climate questions

1 November 2018 Downer’s board of directors faced questions at today’s annual general meeting about their climate change views and the company’s stance on Australia’s emissions targets. Downer Holdings Company Ltd, as it is listed on the Australian stock exchange, has a diverse business portfolio that includes power, oil and … Read More

Salmon giant Tassal’s climate plan smells fishy

31 October 2018 Beleaguered salmon farming company Tassal, infamous for the ABC Four Corners ‘big fish’ report, was today questioned at its AGM on the business risks of global warming and whether it would join the 240 companies worldwide that have signed up to the Task Force for Climate Related … Read More

Cue Energy: not managing climate risk

30 October 2018 Our latest Market Forces Investing in the Dark research shines a spotlight on companies actively managing climate risk, and those lagging behind. Cue Energy is a stand out for not taking climate change and its risks seriously. The oil and gas exploration company doesn’t make it clear … Read More