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Podcast: How to go green with your money

A crash course on how to do right by the planet with your finances.

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Making an impact on the future of the planet can feel pretty overwhelming.

Here at Pocket Money, we fully subscribe to the idea that money makes the world go round. So today we are talking about some tangible things that every one of us can do if we want to go green with our money.

And believe it or not, these things can actually SAVE you money!

We're joined by Ben King, CSR and public affairs manager at Finder, to delve into the world of green financial products, ethical superannuation funds, solar power and everything in between. We hope this podcast will answer some questions you have and get you thinking about what you really value and how you can start taking action.

This episode is proudly presented by Future Super.

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The Finder Pocket Money podcast is intended to provide you with tips, tools and strategies that will help you make better decisions. Although we're licensed and authorised, we (and our guests) aren't providing any form of financial or legal advice. So please consider your own situation and get proper advice about your individual circumstances before making any decisions based on anything in our show. Thanks for listening.

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Pocket Money is hosted by Sally McMullen and Marc Terrano. The show is produced by Franko Ali and Ankita Shetty. Editing and theme music from Brianna Ansaldo of Bamby Media.

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More guides on Finder

  • Police Bank Green Loan

    This loan from Police Bank may be used on green initiatives such as solar technology or certain vehicles. It has secured and unsecured options and features no ongoing fees.

  • Regional Australia Bank Enviro Loan

    The Regional Australia Bank Enviro Loan is designed for green purchases such as solar panels or even insulation. It has secured and unsecured options and a variable interest rate.

  • Summerland Credit Union Eco Personal Loan

    This members only loan from Summerland Credit Union can be used for any environmentally friendly purchase. It features a discounted rate, discounted fees, and 25% of the standard establishment fee will be donated to an environment-focused organisation.

  • Community First Credit Union Green Loan

    This competitive green loan from Community First Credit Union is unsecured and has a variable rate. It must be used only for green initiatives such as solar or grey water treatment.

  • Sustainability facts and stats

    How concerned are Australians about their personal carbon footprint?

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