According to bank.green, $4.6 trillion has been invested in the fossil fuel industry by the top banks in just the 6 years since the signing of the Paris Agreement.
Research by Make My Money Matter, a U.K. campaign asking people to green their investments, suggests that greening your investments can be one of the most powerful actions a person can take to help with climate change.
In fact, 21x more powerful than avoiding air travel, becoming vegetarian and switching to a renewable energy provider. Combined.
Look into what your investments are funding. Can they be greener?
(Have you seen these suggestions before? If so, that’s a good thing. Forming good Carbon Action habits takes time and repetition. We often repeat things to help make habits stick.)