Category Archives: Ethical investment

By David Taylor, 25 July 2017 So-called responsible or ethical investments have more than quadrupled over the past three years to roughly $622 billion, new private research shows. Responsible investments are considered those made in areas such as healthcare or clean energy, avoiding ties to industries such as coal, weapons, gambling, tobacco, weapons or oil. The new research.
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[caption id="attachment_4099" align="alignleft" width="300"]Enova founding partners Alison Crook, Steve Harris, Melissa MacCourt, and Patrick Halliday Enova founding partners Alison Crook, Steve Harris, Melissa MacCourt, and Patrick Halliday[/caption] Enova Community Energy Ltd has become Australia’s first community-owned electricity supplier. On 22 December 2015, the company announced a highly successful near.
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17 October 2014: Community leaders have voiced support for ANU's right to divest. Escalating tensions have followed last week’s commitment by the Australian National University (ANU) to divest its sizable endowment from seven companies with questionable environmental credentials. A backlash emerged when companies blacklisted by ANU began to protest. These resource companies were not only.
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A new Draft National Strategy for Community Energy will help articulate what is needed to support the new community energy sector which has emerged in Australia. A summary of the strategy has been released to participants of the inaugural Community Energy Congress, occurring 16-17 June in Canberra. The ground breaking plan was developed by the sector.
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By Blair Palese, 350.org 29 May 2014 — A recent article in the Australian Financial Review suggested that the fossil fuel divestment message is falling on deaf ears in Australia, the backyard of the coal industry, despite significant wins internationally. A survey, commissioned by the Minerals Council of Australia, the peak advocacy body representing mining companies such.
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banks-land-grabs-header-677128 April 2014: Australia’s big four banks are backing companies accused of kicking people off their land, leaving them homeless and hungry, Oxfam Australia said today. Oxfam Australia’s report released today, Banking on Shaky Ground – Australia’s big four banks and land grabs, includes evidence that ANZ,.
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