20th Oct 2017
What does being “good” with money mean to you? Maximising your returns, borrowing cheaply, or the impact your financial habits could be having on the wider world?
Though they might not always be obvious, there are ethical options out there which enable people, through their money habits, to help make a positive impact on the environment and society.
Research from Triodos Bank has found a big appetite among UK investors for creating positive change – with two thirds (67%) saying that for the economy to succeed in the long term, investors need to support progressive and pioneering businesses.