What does ethical investing mean? How does it relate to ESG investing?

14 March

Investing is typically perceived as a wealthy-only pastime with no regard for the environment or social issues. However, that is not always the case, and the old mindset of making money for its own sake doesn’t need to stay.   People have become...[Read More]

What is Ethical Investing, how do you do it?

22 June

Investing is typically perceived as a wealthy-only pastime with no regard for the environment or social issues. However, that is not always the case, and the old mindset of making money for its own sake doesn’t need to stay. People have become...[Read More]

Why afternoon siestas could become the norm in 2050

15 February

Starting work earlier in the morning and having a siesta in the afternoon could become the norm in Australia within decades as climate change forces people to adjust their lifestyles based on the price of energy. That is one of the scenarios Monash...[Read More]

Aussies hit electric vehicle speed bumps

16 November

Four in every five Australians have concerns about making the swap to an electric vehicle, new research has found, with price, range and charging issues topping their list of potential speed bumps. The study, conducted by the Consumer Policy...[Read More]

Expert finds short cut to emissions target

19 October

Australia can meet its emissions reduction target and ease its biodiversity crisis if it decides to end logging in native forests, a leading climate scientist says. Professor Brendan Mackey, who has co-authored reports for the Intergovernmental...[Read More]

UN urges higher tax for Aust fuel giants

21 September

The head of the United Nations has called for Australia and other major economies to tax the super profits of fossil fuel companies to help people make ends meet and be protected from climate change. “I am calling on all developed economies to...[Read More]

Big Battery ‚Äėmore useful than big banana‚Äô

21 September

Australia can’t become fully powered by renewable energy without storage to support wind and solar, industry warns. South Australia’s Hornsdale Power Reserve was the world’s first Big Battery, since overtaken by a larger plant in...[Read More]

Aussies want green transport options, fast

31 August

Australians overwhelmingly want governments to splash cash on a fast transition to green transport options that will save them money and fight climate change, a national survey shows. A YouGov poll of 2160 Australians, commissioned by the Climate...[Read More]