Just four of Australia's 20 biggest super funds still have no emissions reduction targets or commitments.
The super fund for health workers plans to dump its shares in companies that mine fossil fuels. The super fund for university staff is a long way behind.
Most retirees are financially secure. Many earn more than they did while working, the Grattan Institute finds.
Compelling Australians to put even more into super runs the risk of giving them a better standard of living in retirement than they had while working.
The best advice is still to keep track of your super yourself.
Despite recent reforms, the superannuation system is still beset with problems such as high fees and patchy performance. You need to pay attention if you want to make sure your nest egg's in the best hands.
Divestment campaigns are gaining momentum around the world.
There are increasingly very sound financial reasons for super funds to strategically divest from some areas.