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Hostplus called out on climate change
ELIZABETH MCARTHUR  |  FRIDAY, 22 JAN 2021
... science and the financial regulators, it needs to listen to its members," Market Forces asset management campaigner Will van de Pol said. "As the default super fund for the hospitality, tourism and sports industries, Hostplus' members want to see their ...
Funds' net-zero ambitions collide with Santos
ELIZABETH MCARTHUR  |  WEDNESDAY, 2 DEC 2020
... net-zero emissions should not be investing in companies like Santos, Market Forces asset management campaigner Will van de Pol told Financial Standard . "Some of the major environmental issues the Narrabri project presents are impacts on the water table ...
Super funds accused of chest beating on climate change
ELIZABETH MCARTHUR  |  WEDNESDAY, 16 SEP 2020
... needs to be done, this policy creates more questions than answers," Market Forces asset management campaigner Will van de Pol said. "Without a clear plan to reduce exposure to all fossil fuel production and infrastructure to zero, UniSuper's new ...
Industry fund drops Rio Tinto amid sacred site outcry
HARRISON WORLEY, ELIZABETH MCARTHUR  |  FRIDAY, 12 JUN 2020
... ensure we do not see a repeat of what has occurred at Juukan Gorge." Market Forces asset management campaigner Will van de Pol also condemned Rio Tinto's actions, and said the Juukan Gorge rock shelters were a site of "incredible cultural significance" ...
Super funds' dirty, poor performing stocks revealed
ELIZABETH MCARTHUR  |  TUESDAY, 31 MAR 2020
... commonly held by superannuation funds. Speaking to Financial Standard , Market Forces asset management campaigner Will van de Pol said these companies are working towards a world that's warmer than the Paris Agreement. "Super funds tend to follow ...
UniSuper on climate chopping block
ELIZA BAVIN  |  MONDAY, 13 JAN 2020
... companies involved in fossil fuels, equating to around $10 billion. Market Forces' asset management campaigner Will van de Pol said: "While Australia's scientific and academic community work towards climate change solutions at this time of unprecedented ...
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