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When the average person can’t control how the funds in their own bank accounts or pensions are used by institutions, is there any way to stop terrible things being done with our money?

Inspired by conversations with the leader of a grassroots movement empowering women to take control of their finances, a community farm in Wales raising funds to keep the farm in the service of the local people it feeds, and an award-winning science fiction writer, Emma Newman imagines a world in which fossil fuel companies are starved of funds and ethical companies are able to thrive thanks to sensible, sustainable community investment.

Who we hear from in this episode:

Money Movers:

Tydden Teg Farm:

Adrian Tchaikovsky:

My own website: 


Friends of the Earth article about the World Bank:

The Tydden Teg Community Share offer document:

Report by Urgewald on World Bank Trade Finance:

Friends of the Earth article about UK Pension Funds:


Tydden Teg’s Crowdfunder page - now finished, but you can see how they did it:

Co-operatives UK - Helped Tydden Teg to do their community share offer:

The origin of Money Movers:

Climate Town video on banks financing fossil fuel projects:


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