This is Money | 14 August 2019
Why some investors buy shares in companies like Shell – so they can tell them how to behave
From flying less, to cutting down on plastic, many of us are trying to live a more eco-friendly lifestyle.
And, when it comes to green investment, most people assume they must back funds and firms that have robust ethical credentials.
However, there is a growing movement where savers who want to combat climate change invest a small amount of money in the very companies eco-activists traditionally rail against, such as fossil fuel giants Shell and BP.