Our Sustainability

Energy and Water Use

We regularly review our use of water and energy to ensure our commitment to environmental best practices.  We use low energy lights and our offices only requires heating/cooling for only a few months of the year, to reduce our energy consumption.

We buy green power through our energy providers and use low flow toilets to reduce our water usage.

Environmental Impact

We are minimising our environmental impact by implementing sustainable initiatives that include:

Reducing our energy consumption and conserving energy

Reduced paper use

Reducing our carbon footprint through electric vehicle ownership for some staff members, hybrid working environment.


In our offices, we have on-site processes for the collection and recycling of different types of waste materials including all used electronic equipment and cabling.  Our team also uses re-usable drink containers and utensils. We offer and use as much as possible electronic means of documentation and communication to minimise paper use and limit print materials.

Carbon Offsetting

The things we do every day are building our personal ‘carbon footprint’.   Some of our business activities require travel and, as a result, unavoidable carbon emissions.  We offset these unavoidable carbon emissions with Greenfleet which helps to grow biodiverse native forests in Australia and New Zealand, this helps us to mitigate our overall environmental impact.

Diversity and Inclusion

With employees from various walks of life, with equal employment opportunities and gender equality in the workplace we are able to leverage our diverse experiences, backgrounds and insights.

Community Engagement

We actively engage in the communities around us through partnerships, donations and initiatives.  With environmental projects, such as Cubberla-Witton Catchments Network tree planting, Bush Heritage Australia, Great Barrier Reef Legacy and Good Return.

Corporate Engagement

Ethical Investment Advisers creates change through engagement with non-government organisations (NGOs), investment managers, companies and research providers.

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