How you can do good in the world AND still make a decent return with an array of ethical investments to choose from
By Holly Black, Financial Mail on Sunday
More investors are looking to do good with their money but are unsure how to go about it.
While 80 per cent of people surveyed by investment giant Schroders say they try to help the environment by recycling or reducing their household waste, just 34 per cent have considered investing as a way to contribute to a more sustainable society.
But whether it is investing in a fund that backs companies doing good in the world or simply choosing a bank account offering debit cards made from sustainably sourced plastic, ethics and finance do not have to be mutually exclusive.