ExxonMobil and Chevron are gambling with YOUR savings – time to switch big oil into clean!

ExxonMobil and Chevron

This year, Exxon and Chevron shareholders will vote on seven forward-thinking resolutions that would require Exxon and Chevron to disclose their lobbying efforts, report on their reserves in energy units, and prove the resilience of their business model in a carbon-constrained world. I urge you, my pension fund, to support these resolutions.

Click FOR to call on your pension funds to push Exxon and Chevron onto a low-carbon pathway!

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The resolutions ask Exxon (Items 7, 9, 12, 13) and Chevron (Items 5, 7, 8) to annually disclose direct and indirect lobbying, to report on their energy reserves, and to prove the resilience of their business model in a carbon-constrained world. There is also a proxy access resolution lodged at Exxon. For a full list of the resolutions, check the link below.


Vote Your Super is the Australian version of the global Vote Your Pension campaign (www.voteyourpension.org).

Vote Your Super is the world’s largest global shareholder engagement campaign. We’re calling on people everywhere to make themselves heard at the annual meetings of the world’s largest oil and gas companies.

We want you, the everyday investor, to use your voice and pressure your superannuation scheme. Retirement funds control $ trillions of investments on the stock and bond markets. With investments in companies (like ANZ), they have the right to vote FOR or AGAINST shareholder resolutions.

The Vote Your Super ANZ campaign is run by a collaboration of Non-Profit organisations working in the Climate Change corporate arena. The partners are Asset Owners Disclosure Project and SumofUs.

This webpage is not a solicitation of proxies, and no proxies will be accepted by AODP. The purpose and effect of the checkboxes on this page is to indicate a beneficiary’s preferences and recommendation as to how his or her pension fund should vote when it exercises its fiduciary duty to vote its shares.