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An updated version of BCCM’s Community Investment for Australian Co-operatives Handbook is now available for download via the Get Mutual resource hub. The Handbook is a guide for communities considering forming a co-operative and using it to fund activities to benefit...
Yesterday’s 2021 BCCM Leaders’ Summit commenced with the Breakfast on the Hill at NSW Parliament where the contribution of CMEs through COVID-19 was recognised by the Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer and for Covid Recovery, The Hon Scott Farlow.
Common Equity NSW has announced the opening of its latest Co-operative Housing development by Minister Gareth Ward, MP.
By Shaun Tarbuck, Chief Executive, International Cooperative and Mutual Insurance Federation (ICMIF) Throughout the COVID-19 crisis CMEs have continued to demonstrate that a values-driven approach can change the experience and trajectory of organisations and...
Read an extract from Ross Garnaut's new book Reset Introduction We have just lived through the sharpest decline in global production and trade that the world has seen since the beginnings of modern economic development. The most rapid fall for Australia, and for the...
A recent Harvard Business Review article on ESG measurement and reporting suggested five key actions that for-profit firms should undertake to become seriously focused on ESG measurement and reporting: Adopt strategic ESG practices Create accountability structures for...
Tackling climate risk will require many changes and new strategies. CMEs are well positioned to do their part and play a major role in building a sustainable Australia.
The best ESG model is one that is central to an organisation’s purpose, strategy and leadership.
The costs of climate events are increasing alarmingly, as evidenced for Australia by the Climate Council Report
The CCM Supporters Trust aims to become a democratic, supporter owned investment vehicle to support the football club.
Australians plan to use their credit cards more in 2021 but more than a third don’t know the interest rate they currently pay.
BCCM has released information about the huge contribution that the 24,000 family farm co-operative farmers make to the Australian economy.