When: 20 May, 2020, 12:30 PM AEST (Melbourne time). You will be able to ‘check in’ from 12:20pm.

Where: ONLINE. This is an online webinar using Zoom. If you haven’t used Zoom before, we recommend using this link to test your setup. You will need to register below to get the link to join the meeting.


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Ethical investing is booming. But there are important questions potential investors should ask before jumping aboard. How do you know what companies your super invests in? Is it better to keep stock in problematic companies or divest from them? How can shareholders influence companies action? In this webinar based on our article in Renew 151, you’ll learn about how to use your investments for good. 


Will van de Pol –  Legal Researcher and Campaigner, Market Forces

Market Forces’ work exposes the institutions that are financing environmentally destructive projects and help Australians hold these institutions accountable. They work with the community to prevent investment in projects that would harm the environment and drive global warming.

Will is the asset management campaigner at Market Forces. Will works with super fund members and shareholders to hold companies and financial institutions to account over their environmental impacts, and shift finance and investment away from fossil fuels.

Dan Gocher – Director of Climate and Environment, Australasian Centrefor Corporate Responsibility (ACCR)

The Australasian Centre for Corporate Responsibility (ACCR) is a research and shareholder advocacy organisation. Their focus is on corporate Australia — how listed companies, industry associations, and investors are managing climate, labour, human rights and governance issues.

ACCR’s climate program aims to accelerate Australia’s transition to a low carbon economy in line with the Paris Agreement. They engage with ASX-listed companies on their climate risk disclosure and the need to set emissions reduction targets consistent with the Paris Agreement, and also push for reviews by ASX-listed companies of their industry associations’ climate policy advocacy.

Dan spent fifteen years in investment banking and asset management. More recently, he was the asset management campaigner at the environmental NGO Market Forces. Dan holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Sydney.