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Web extra: 'green' ISAs
Footprints in sand
Would you invest in a company that considered its 'carbon footprint'?

People who invest in certain environmentally responsible companies will get a tax-free boost, under proposals for a Green Individual Savings Account (GISA), announced by Shadow Chancellor, George Osborne.

The plan is aimed at encouraging people to save more and at the same time give companies an incentive to adopt greener technologies.

Shadow Environment Spokesman Greg Barker, MP, told us more.

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