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We’re all doing our bit to help save the planet, whether that’s recycling our waste, eating less meat or switching to a green energy provider. However, making greener choices with our finances could have a substantially bigger impact.

On Money Clinic podcast this week, listener Ros wonders if she can make a bigger difference to the planet — and her pocket — by reassessing her bank account, pensions and plans for ESG investing.

FT podcast: Can my money help save the planet?

Claer Barrett talks to listener Ros as she considers how best she can ethically use her finances. Download here

Presenter Claer Barrett talks to Alice Ross, the FT’s deputy news editor and author of Investing to Save the Planet, and Bevis Watts, chief executive of Triodos Bank UK, who each have plenty of practical tips for listeners.

If you would like to be a guest on Money Clinic and chat to Claer about a money issue that’s bugging you, get in touch — our email is money@ft.com or follow her on Instagram and Twitter @ClaerB

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