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At the heart of the ethical consumer movement, since 1989.
We are an independent, not-for-profit, multi-stakeholder co-operative with open membership, based in Manchester.
We provide all the tools and resources you need to make choices at the checkout simple, informed and effective.
Includes guides to: Current Accounts, Savings Accounts, Ethical Investment Funds
The latest magazine includes guides to:
- Current Accounts
- Savings Accounts
- Ethical Investment Funds
Which banks are funding climate change, fossil fuels and arms sales?
Feature on: Why advertisers are boycotting Facebook
Issue 186 (Sept/Oct 2020) now in print and online.
Is there an ethical bank? Rating the ethical and environmental record of 32 UK current accounts, with recommended buys. We also look at app-based banking, which banks own which brands, fossil fuel investments, tax avoidance, and how to switch accounts.Read more →
In this guide we investigate, score and rank 52 savings account brands. We reveal the innovative organisations looking to lever the power of people's savings for positive social and environmental change and give our Best Buy recommendations.Read more →
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In this guide we investigate, score and rank the ethical and environmental record of 58 brands of soap bars, liquid soaps and handwash. We look at whether bars or liquids are more environmentally friendly, vegan and cruelty-free soaps, organic soaps, palm oil, plastics, which brands contain toxic chemicals, and give our recommended buys.Read more →
In this guide we investigate, score and rank the ethical and environmental record of 22 supermarkets. We also look at an A-Z of policies from palm oil to cocoa production, shine a spotlight on the ethics of Unicorn wholefood grocery in Manchester and give our recommended buys.Read more →
Here are ten companies whose behaviour in the midst of this crisis has stood out to us as exceptionally poor.Read more →
Our first ever Ethical Consumer Week will explore the question: What is the role of ethical production and consumption in building more resilient communities?Read more →