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What do I have to do with anything?

Australia’s reliance on its established superannuation system, to support Australians in their retirement, is becoming more evident. Due to medical and public health advances, the average Australian is living for longer.

The 60 Second Activist: How You Can Fight Animal Cruelty

The recent 60 minutes exposé[1] on the live export trade left many Australians feeling deep remorse over the country’s neglect for animals. Companies which use animals for their products are often not transparent about what occurs within their practices.

The 60 Second Activist: How You Can Fight Climate Change

The Paris Climate Accord is a landmark global agreement, ratified by 170 countries and agreed to by 195 countries since it was first signed in December 2015, that outlines a specific set of aims to reduce carbon emissions and fight climate change.

Responsible Investing Can Pay Off. Here’s Why

Socially responsible investing, also referred to as ethical, sustainable or ‘green’ investing, seeks a philosophy to establish both financial return and social or environmental good. Socially responsible investing is plagued with the question of whether portfolios based on ESG (environmental, social and governance) criteria financially underperform.

Back Your Boycott

Social media campaigns have the power to instigate collective shareholder activism. Uniting voices together, makes it easier for individuals and their communities to be heard.
Ethical Consumerism

What do I have to do with anything?


7 June 2018
Australia’s reliance on its established superannuation system, to support Australians in their retirement, is becoming more evident. Due to medical and public health advances, the average Australian is living for longer.
Animal Welfare

The 60 Second Activist: How You Can Fight Animal Cruelty


7 June 2018
The recent 60 minutes exposé[1] on the live export trade left many Australians feeling deep remorse over the country’s neglect for animals. Companies which use animals for their products are often not transparent about what occurs within their practices.
Climate Change

The 60 Second Activist: How You Can Fight Climate Change


4 May 2018
The Paris Climate Accord is a landmark global agreement, ratified by 170 countries and agreed to by 195 countries since it was first signed in December 2015, that outlines a specific set of aims to reduce carbon emissions and fight climate change.
Superannuation

Responsible Investing Can Pay Off. Here’s Why


4 May 2018
Socially responsible investing, also referred to as ethical, sustainable or ‘green’ investing, seeks a philosophy to establish both financial return and social or environmental good. Socially responsible investing is plagued with the question of whether portfolios based on ESG (environmental, social and governance) criteria financially underperform.
Corporate Social Responsibility

Back Your Boycott


4 May 2018
Social media campaigns have the power to instigate collective shareholder activism. Uniting voices together, makes it easier for individuals and their communities to be heard.
Superannuation

5 Things Millenials Should Do Instead Of Giving Up Avocado Toast


4 May 2018
Do you really have to give up your avocado toast? That’s what Aussie millionaire Tim Gurner said when he told off millennials, suggesting that they could afford to buy homes if only they gave up expenses like fancy lattes and avocado toast.
Superannuation

What We’ve Been Doing In The Background


15 January 2018
At Good Super, we’ve been quiet, but we’ve been working hard in the background. What’s New? We have new investment options. These new options are dedicated causes, which you can have your superannuation invested towards. How does it work?
Equality

Good Super supports Marriage Equality


29 June 2015
Good Super has become one of the first companies to sign an open letter of support for Australian Marriage Equality, one of only a handful of superannuation funds.
Superannuation

There is $16 billion of lost superannuation


2 April 2015
The Australian Tax Office (ATO) has reported that there is just under $16 billion in lost and ATO-held superannuation in Australia, in over 6,000 accounts as of 31 December 2014.1 Over 14 million Australians have a superannuation fund account.
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