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From values to riches 2024: Charting consumer demand for responsible investing in Australia

The 2024 report reports that almost 90% of Australians expect responsible investments from their super or other investments. About three-quarters of them plan to switch providers if their current fund does not align with their values, but skilful marketing and transparency help secure clients.
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From values to riches 2022: Charting consumer demand for responsible investing in Australia

This paper reports on consumer demand for responsible investing in Australia. Key findings show that most Australians expect to invest responsibly and want to see more transparency and authenticity from investment providers regarding the real impact of their investments. Climate change and social issues are of increasing concern
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Alternative proteins: Exploring the Asian appetite and conservation potential

Alternative proteins have the potential to address rising environmental, health and animal welfare concerns. The report shows the potential land that can be saved if the world adopts alternative proteins in place of meat, and provides an overview of the alternative protein market.
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An industry infected: Animal agriculture in a post-COVID world

In light of COVID-19, this report explores the growing concerns that the animal protein industry is vulnerable to fostering diseases, supply-chain bottlenecks, and food safety issues. FAIRR promotes the Coller FAIRR Protein Producer Index, a tool for investors to analyse how companies address animal welfare, and worker and food safety.
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Factory farming in Asia: Assessing investment risks

Asia's meat, dairy, and seafood industries are increasingly vulnerable to risks with the potential to damage returns. This report analyses twelve Asia-Pacific markets identifying five areas of risk including food safety and nutrition, public health, environment, animal welfare and labour standards. Each area of risk includes key questions for investors.
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Rethinking food and agriculture 2020-2030: The second domestication of plants and animals, the disruption of the cow, and the collapse of industrial livestock farming

14 September 2019
Rethinking food and agriculture focuses on new technologies driving the transformation of the food and agriculture sectors and the implications for the cattle industry in the United States. It argues that 2020-2030 will see the current industrialised, animal-agriculture system be replaced with a Food-as-Software model.
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States of the apes: The impact of infrastructure development on biodiversity

5 September 2019
The impact of infrastructure projects on biodiversity are examined, using apes to illustrate how investors can contribute to biodiversity protection. A sustainable approach to infrastructure development, which mitigates environmental, financial and reputational risks of investment, is presented.
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