We can all use Keep Cups. Avoid plastic bags. Boycott firms with dodgy employment records and wean ourselves off Amazon. But there’s arguably a better way to create systemic change...
Money talks. Join other Sustainable Savers and give yours a voice.
We believe you don't have to stand on a picket line to stand for what's right. By putting our savings into sustainable investments we give power to the companies and organisations making positive change happen. And when they do well, our money does well too.
This isn't charity. None of us are saints. We're saving for the good of our own financial futures. But we're doing it in ways we can be proud of. Join us!
Ceri, 52, a Business Consultant
"We like to have the best of both worlds. I don't want to sacrifice returns for morals."
Sam, 28, an IT Sales Director
"Investing isn't something I tend to make a choice about myself - I leave it to the experts."
Michael, 51, a Publisher
"It's good to know I'm thinking about the future. But I don't have a lot of interest in money."
Sharon, 64, a Sales Manager
"I have money in the bank doing nothing. If i can put it somewhere it's making a difference, absolutely I will."
Tariq, 36, a Content Manager
"I like making money work for me, not just sit in the bank. Especially investing with a social element."
Brigitte, 39, a Business Consultant
"Mine’s not a moral argument. If you’re investing and not thinking about it, you’re going to miss out."
Hannah, 40, a Project Leader
"Being genuinely interested in what you invest in makes it a more rewarding experience."
Keep it simple with a ready-made portfolio or pick your own investments from a list of top funds.
• Start investing tax-free with very little effort
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PICK AND MIX INVESTMENTS
• Compare lists of reputable funds
• Choose by theme, popularity and more
We asked global research house Morningstar to find the top-ranked funds for three popular investing themes.
These lists refresh automatically, so check back regularly for updates. Morningstar creates these lists by analysing ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) data and various other metrics. To really dig into their methodology, put your maths hat on and read more on their website.