Each week, BusinessDesk and the NZ Herald’s Cooking the Books podcast tackles a different money problem. Today, it’s how to spot the true ethical investments that aren’t greenwashing. Hosted by Frances Cook.

This episode is brought to you by Milford Asset Management. 

Nobody likes to be tricked, especially not with something as important as your money and retirement savings. 

So, the abundance of greenwashing is, frankly, irritating.

There’s so much of it about, even sub-categories of it.

Green lighting, green labelling, green crowding, green shifting, and even green rinsing. 

There are red flags, though, to help you figure out who’s trying to pull a fast one, and of course, some green flags, too, for who’s genuinely trying to do the right thing.

For the latest episode, I talked to Frances Sweetman from Milford Asset Management.

For the interview, listen to the podcast here.

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