As a shareholder in some of the world’s largest companies, AustralianSuper has the power to drive positive change.
By working with the companies we invest in to reduce their carbon emissions, we can have a meaningful impact on climate change globally. Companies which manage climate change well also make better long-term investments, so this work supports our aim in providing members’ strong long-term returns*.
Andrew Gray leads the environmental, social and governance (ESG), and stewardship program at AustralianSuper. In 2020 he completed a 6-month rotation as chair of an organisation called Climate Action 100+ (CA100+), which AustralianSuper co-founded. CA100+ is an initiative created to tackle climate change. It brings together some of the world’s most powerful investors and is the largest of its kind.
In the first 4 years, CA100+ has guided companies to prioritise climate change in their business strategies. Key to this success has been engaging business leaders, creating a framework, and providing a clear set of asks.
Learn more about CA100+ and how AustralianSuper is driving positive change at https://www.australiansuper.com/investments/investment-articles/2021/08/tackling-climate-change-with-super.
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