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  • NatWest offers eco-transparency on purchases
  • NatWest offers eco-transparency on purchases
    Andrea Piacquadio (2020) ©
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NatWest offers eco-transparency on purchases

NatWest has added a carbon tracking feature to its app, allowing customers to see what CO2 emissions are linked to their daily financial decisions. As people seek greater clarity on their environmental impact, the tool looks set to help them live up to their eco aspirations.

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