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Spending on products that carry a green or ethical label has grown by almost a fifth over the last two years, in spite of the recession, according to the latest report by Co-operative Financial Services.
Ethical shopping company the Co-operative Group has attacked the move by the Soil Association to include a prohibition of air freighted goods within its organic labelling system.
The organisation Christian Voice has called on all Christians to boycott the Co-operative Bank, widely known in the UK for its ethical policy, after being told to close its account due to the group's 'homophobic views'.
The Co-operative Bank has been named as the UK company that had produced the best sustainability report in the last year by the Association of Certified Chartered Accountants (ACCA) awards. Shell International was runner-up.
The UK's Co-operative Bank is to extend its ethical stance on financial products to include mortgages.
The UK's Co-operative Bank has announced the move for virtually all of its branches onto a green energy supply. The move means that the Bank has now reduced its total CO2 emissions by 90 per cent since 1997, using a combination of sustainable sourcing and energy efficiency.
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