Is our money financing the climate crisis? Our financial experts explain the influence of those holding the financial puppet-strings, and show us the potential impacts of divesting from fossil fuels like coal. Ash and Jess learn about the power we all have to shift money on a global scale, and how easy it is to make sure your money is clean and green!
Download the Heaps Better action plan from our website for a step-by-step guide to cleaning up your finances: http://www.greenpeace.org.au/heapsbetter
Read more about FEAT, Heidi Lenfer’s first artist-led renewable investment initiative here: https://www.abc.net.au/triplej/news/musicnews/feat-j-award-heidi-lenffer-renewable-energy-rally/11729384
See where your bank stands on Market Forces bank comparison table and get a template to ask them to quit financing fossil fuels here: https://www.marketforces.org.au/info/compare-bank-table/
You can find the Responsible Returns tool that Ash and Jess used to find clean and ethical bank and super options here: http://responsiblereturns.org/
Australia could fund 100% renewables by 2030 with 7.7% of super savings: https://reneweconomy.com.au/australia-could-fund-100-renewables-by-2030-with-7-7-of-super-savings-62354/
Read Jess’s how to guide when she switched her banking and super: https://medium.com/@jjhamilton/how-to-make-your-banking-super-count-in-the-climate-crisis-eaef80089a2e
Heaps Better is a podcast made by Ash Berdebes and Jess Hamilton, with Greenpeace Australia Pacific and Audiocraft. Our EP is Kate Montague, mixing engineer is Adam Connelly and the Creative Lead at Greenpeace Australia Pacific is Ella Colley. Podcast artwork by Lotte Alexis Smith. This episode featured the track There’s Nothing in the Water We Can’t Fight by Cloud Control. Special thanks to Heidi Lenffer, Katrina Bullock and Munira Chowdhury.
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