Do ethical investing a little differently

Together with 100 registered shareholders, we can put resolutions to Australian companies. Registration is easy, costs you nothing and we don’t need access to your shares. Just bring your entity name, address, the last 3 digits of your Holder Identification Number (HIN) and a list of companies you hold.

Making a difference made easy

Together with 100 registered shareholders, we can put resolutions to Australian companies. Registration is easy, costs you nothing and we don’t need access to your shares. Just bring your entity name, address, the last 3 digits of your Holder Identification Number (HIN) and a list of companies you hold.

No more nonsense in net-zero commitments

Net zero transition plans and targets communicate to investors how a company is responding to the existential threat of climate change. Investors should review company net-zero commitments against these recommendations.

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How can we improve financial reporting on climate?

Despite improvements in how climate change is being reported by companies generally, climate change is a financial risk so it belongs squarely in financial statements.

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Shareholder activism works, and collaboration among small shareholders is key

Shareholder activism or divestment? This is a discussion that is going to get more and more pointed over the coming years especially as it relates to climate risk.

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Advertising tricks of the fossil fuel sector

Fossil fuel companies spend over $200 million each year on advertising in Australia across all platforms including radio, billboards and digital.

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Does divestment make a difference?

Climate-aware investors considering divesting should be thinking very hard about what power they are giving up.

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Fossil fuel sponsorships and social licence

Companies are spending shareholder funds on sponsorships to buy acceptance and enhance reputation.

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A closer look at lobbying

Climate-related policy engagement and lobbying activity is a significant issue for investors.

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Opportunity to voice your concern with Woodside’s gas hub extension

Woodside’s attempts to extend this project flies in the face of the strong and ongoing shareholder concerns.

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Keeping CEO salaries in check

CEO salaries represent a return on investment for shareholders and remuneration voting is a powerful tool to utilise.

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Huge risk in Scarborough investment

Backing fossil fuel projects like Woodside's Scarborough will make meeting climate targets more difficult.

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You own some shares in a company — now what?

Shareholders use annual general meetings to demand climate action from ASX-listed companies.

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Responsible Investment

Understand more about investing responsibly, the power of advocacy and engagement, and the context for ACCR's shareholder resolutions.

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Shareholding Structures

There are several different shareholding structures available for Australians to invest in shares.

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