Come learn, share and discuss within an ARRCC multi faith group on aligning your finances with your faith to protect the planet by divesting from fossil fuels. The interactive sessions run for 90 minutes on Zoom. These interactive sessions will take place on Tuesday 8 February and Thursday, 10 February.
Is your bank investing your money in fossil fuels?
Come learn, share and discuss within an ARRCC multi faith group on aligning your finances with your faith to protect the planet by divesting from fossil fuels. The interactive sessions run for 90 minutes on Zoom.
Book your session on Banking for either:
Tuesday 8th February 2022 at 12 NOON AEDT ACT/NSW/TAS/VIC (11:30 AM SA), (11AM QLD), (10:30AM NT), (9AM WA),
Thursday 10th February 2022 at 7:30 PM AEDT ACT/NSW/TAS/VIC, (7PM SA), (6:30PM QLD), (6PM NT), (4:30 PM WA).
There is much work we can do to ensure that our big financial institutions – banks, insurance companies and superannuation companies – are divesting from fossil fuel industries, and investing into renewable sources on the path to reducing emissions.
This is one session in a series. Other sessions cover other aspects of finance such as Superannuation, Energy utilities, Insurance, and Shareholder actions.
Recent participants in the sequence of three sessions said:
“I looked into one of my super funds … and found it rates very badly in terms of fossil fuel investment. I am now thinking about what to do about it”
“It was very useful for me to learn about the role that insurance plays”
Location: The link to the online event to be provided by the event organiser
Book on Trybooking: https://www.trybooking.com/BPHPL
WHEN: February 08, 2022 at 11:00am – 12:30pm
WHERE: Via Zoom
Disclaimer: The organisers are not financial advisors and the information provided in these sessions does not constitute financial product advice. The information is of a general nature only and does not take into account your individual objectives, financial situation or needs. It should not be used, relied upon, or treated as a substitute for specific professional advice. We recommend that you obtain your own independent professional advice before making any decision in relation to your particular requirements or circumstances.