Even before the coronavirus crisis hit, many of us were starting to think harder about how we spent our money. Now, with incomes squeezed for some and the pandemic putting the spotlight on the most vulnerable sections of society, there is even more cause to consider where your cash is going. Here we look at some simple switches you can make and the retailers that use your money for good, or run their operations in a sustainable way. From teabags to toilet roll, via a move to a greener energy firm, we have focused on everyday spending. The list is not exhaustive but you may find there are some small changes you can make that will help your money make a positive impact. Let us know who we have missed – you can email us at [email protected] – and we will feature your favourites at a later date. Household goods • The drive to reduce single-use plastics everywhere in our lives appears to have taken a back seat as a result of the coronavirus, particularly in fresh food as a result of fears about contamination. Arguably one of the most ambitious attempts yet, Loop – already established in the US… Read full this story
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