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One of the world's top green investment experts is addressing a free conference on developing an ethical approach to money in Edinburgh next week. Tessa Tennant, who is regarded as one of the pioneers in the field of sustainable investment, is the keynote speaker at the 'Good Money Week' conference on Saturday 3rd October.
She'll be joined by journalist and author Iona Bain, who created the Young Money Blog which is now one of the UK's top websites covering personal finance for young people. Iona will be talking about the need to improve young people's financial awareness and skills.
The Edinburgh event is sponsored by EthicalFutures and Triodos Bank. It's being chaired by Rev Sally Foster-Fulton, who is convener of the Church and Society Council of the Church of Scotland. Other speakers include Kelly McIntyre from Community Shares Scotland and Eco-Congregation Scotland's Adrian Shaw, who will look at divestment from fossil fuels.
Also attending are John Preston, who will talk about The Good Money App, and Sabrina Groschel from the Ecumenical Council on Corporate Responsibility who will discuss Ethical Money Churches.
You are invited to attend the conference, where free places are limited to those who have registered beforehand.
Read more and watch Tessa and Iona talk about the conference at the Church of Scotland website
The Good Money App equips Christians with reflections, prayers and a whole host of useful tools to enable us to be better stewards of our money wherever you are - in the supermarket, on holiday, grappling with a decision on a loan or thinking about your savings.
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