Banks should do more to tackle climate change, say half of Brits

Jessica Shankleman
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New poll shows 48 per cent of adults want banks to take more responsibility for the way investments impact emissions

Nearly half of the UK population want banks to take more responsibility for tackling climate change to help ensure their stocks, shares and pensions have a positive impact on the environment, according...

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