FROM GREED IS GOOD TO GREEN IS GOOD: 2010S SET TO BECOME DECADE OF FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
New research, released as part of National Ethical Investment Week (NEIW) 2010, reveals that increasing numbers of people want to use their cash to create a sustainable future. Savers and investors are adopting a new attitude of individual responsibility in the wake of banking and environmental crises, combined with huge Government spending cuts. Figures from YouGov show that more than half (54%) of all British adults with investments want to make money and make a difference, doing their bit to ensure a resilient future.
NEIW (7-13 November) is coordinated by UKSIF – the sustainable investment and finance association, and sponsored by The Co-operative Financial Services and Ecclesiastical Investment Management.
Green and ethical investing aims to allow you to make money and make a difference.
National Ethical Investment Week (NEIW) is a campaign to ensure that everyone knows that they have green and ethical options when it comes to their finance and investment decisions.
Green and Ethical Money Survey
Do you have a green and ethical money profile? Take this survey to discover what yours is.
The Whistler’s IFA is David Foot and he can advise on all matters ethical and green.
Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone him on 07973-192793 – this week is a great time to make up your mind to get in touch.
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