Oil Search and Santos are two of Australia’s largest oil and gas companies – and neither is addressing the risks of climate change.
Oil Search is one of the biggest companies operating in Papua New Guinea, a country already feeling the effects of climate change. Sea level rise has forced residents of the Carteret Islands to flee their homes, while extreme weather – frost and drought – has devastated communities in the Highlands.
Santos has driven coal seam gas expansion throughout Queensland, riding roughshod over farmers and the natural environment. And they now have their sights set on the Pilliga Forest in northern New South Wales.
This is why we’ve chosen to take on these two oil and gas giants. Together with over 100 shareholders we have coordinated shareholder resolutions that will force both Oil Search and Santos to face the cold, hard facts about what climate change means for their businesses.
We need your support to convince their largest investors – including your super fund – to vote for greater climate risk disclosure. Oil Search and Santos are two of Australia’s largest oil and gas companies, so it’s highly likely your super fund is invested in both of them.
Take action by using the form to ask your super fund to support the resolutions, and force Oil Search and Santos to reveal the risks that climate change poses to their businesses.