The British Bank Asking Consumers to Ditch Fossil Fuel Funders

The three-month campaign highlights how investments in other banks can hurt the environment

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To highlight the influence fossil fuel companies have in the financial world, The Co-operative Bank is urging people to move their investments from rival institutions to the British bank, which it claims offers a greener focus.

In an initiative similar to that of Make My Money Matter, founded by filmmaker and Comic Relief co-founder Richard Curtis, which highlighted that trillions of pension fund dollars were funding deforestation, The Co-operative Bank wants to extend the same message to fossil fuel burning companies.

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