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Making money work for good

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CCF are delighted to be welcoming leading think tank the New Economics Foundation to Cambridge for a talk and Q&A on why current economic models don’t serve either people or the planet. The evening will explore reforming the financial sector and aligning the interests of society and business.

Tony Greenham (former Price Waterhouse and Credit Suisse employee, now Transition Trustee, author and regular media commentator) will share best practice and good news stories, covering movements for change such as divestment and community currencies. This will be followed by practical advice from Catherine Howath CEO of Share Action on how individuals can use their money for good via their savings, pensions and investments, and news from Positive Investment Cambridge.It promises to be a fascinating session and a rare opportunity to ask questions about issues you care about.

Free event, no booking required.

This talk is part of the Cambridge Carbon Footprint series.

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