Last year, an international group of leading sustainable banks came together to change the global financial system for the better
An inventive social enterprise 2008 photo competition has been launched by Triodos Bank in association with Social Enterprise Magazine. Find out about how you can take part.
Grameen Bank, the microcredit financier that was initially set up to help the poorest in Bangladesh, has recently opened its first branch in the United States.
Muhammad Yunus, Nobel Prize winning founder of the Grameen Bank, has been in the UK to promote his latest ideas.
In a DVD reviewed here by Anne Belsey of the Money Reform Party the problems of a debt-based money supply are explored their history is defined and the possible consequences outlined.
Triodos, who have pioneered sustainable banking across Europe and also financed thousands of ethical enterprises, have launched an [...]
Good Energy has recently won the Women in Ethical Business Awards,organised by Triodos Bank and Eve magazine at a ceremony in London.
Triodos Bank has been recognised as one of the West country's most sus-tainable businesses. Last year, the ethical bank also won the Queen's Award for Sustainable Development and was named by [...]
Comedian, Harry Hill, went bananas about a new way to support Fairtrade with savings. He opened the first ever Fairtrade Saver Account with Triodos Bank at the launch in London. This [...]
After seven years providing the local community with wholesome, affordable, vegetarian produce, the future of Manchester's leading co-operative grocers looked uncertain.
Acorn Bank, a National Trust site in Cumbria, England may be best known for its annual Apple Festival', which promotes indigenous apple species. Experts will be on hand again on Apple day, [...]
Positive News is delighted to team up with ethical savings and investment banking pioneers, Triodos Bank. We are offering readers the opportunity to both save with a bank whose values we share, [...]
Triodos Account to Make a Positive Difference
Since then, we have started an audit of democratic accountability in international decision-making bodies, turning the spotlight on 20 inter-governmental agencies, corporations and NGOs including [...]
When there is plenty, the economy booms. When there is a shortage, there is a slump. In the Great Depression, people wanted to work, they wanted goods and services, all the raw materials for [...]
The London Time Bank has been given a major grant to build on the work of setting up time banks in different parts of the capital. That was just one of the successes reported at the Time Banks UK [...]