"Triodos: The sustainable and ethical bank surveyed 2,003 people who have some savings. The research reveals that the transition to a low-carbon economy is the top priority for savers wanting to make a positive difference. Nearly half (47 per cent) said they would like their money to be used to help develop renewable energy, while four out of ten (41 per cent) wanted to support energy efficiency.
Savers also identified social housing (41 per cent), community/society groups (28 per cent), human rights and labour rights (28 per cent), urban regeneration (24 per cent) and sustainable business (23) as areas they would like their money to be invested in… "
[COMMENTARY] Of course the savers were talking about their bank deposits here and how they should be used. At the ethical UK bank, Triodos, they actually publish the details of who they make loans too.
UK Savers clueless about what their banks do with their money, by Marina Gerner, May 12, 2017, Money Observer, UK.