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.
Australia needs a responsible and well-regulated banking sector to fund large-scale renewable infrastructure projects. That said, we don’t excuse the failings of any bank – and that includes Westpac’s latest AUSTRAC reporting breaches as well as scrutiny of NAB at the recent Royal Commission. On balance, we believe Westpac and NAB are having a positive impact on society and we currently remain invested in both companies.