Investing ethically for a better world
As ethical investors we draw a line in the sand. For some sectors of the economy it’s not a question...
How do you really know if your money is invested in weapons, fossil fuels or slavery? The ethical investing scene can be a bit confusing to the uninitiated, so here’s a basic rundown of the different options that are available.
Food is vital for human life which makes it a key contributor to overall happiness. But commercial food production often involves exploitation of workers, cruelty to animals and widespread land-clearing. We explain how we make ethical decisions about food production.
We believe it is possible for big banks and super funds to be key drivers of positive change. However, the Royal Commission has made it clear the financial services sector is far from perfect. After considering the Commission’s findings we have divested from AMP and IOOF but we remain invested in NAB and Westpac. Here’s why.