Climate Zone

We champion the world we share

Confused about carbon?

We understand that the issues around climate change can be confusing. But it doesn’t need to be complicated. Learn more about why looking after our environment is important and how you can have an impact.

A carbon footprint. What’s that?

You might have heard the phrase. But what does carbon footprint really mean?

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Climate change: what do all these terms mean?

The language used about climate change can be complex. Let us help you understand key terms.

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Teach our kids to love the planet

Tips for how to have conversations with your children about the importance of looking after our environment.

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Our tips and guides

Whether you’re looking for tips and guides to help you live more sustainably, or you're looking for ways that could save you money. We've created guides to help you  make small changes. With a big impact.

Ways to reduce, reuse and recycle

The small choices we make each day can make a difference to our planet.

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5 ways to make your travel more sustainable

By thinking about how we travel we can make better choices for our environment.

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Saving energy starts at home

It doesn’t matter if you’re renting or own your own home. These tips can help you save energy and look after your pennies.

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Go paperless!

Switching to paperless is a quick and easy way to reduce your waste. You can view, search or download your latest statements when you log into online banking or our mobile banking app.

Specific mobile and online banking criteria applies.

Our climate commitments

We'll support our customers and colleagues to make green decisions whilst transitioning NatWest International to a carbon positive operation.

Championing climate solutions

We’ll double our lending to £1.2bn for climate and sustainable finance between 2020 and 2022. 

Getting our house in order

We’ve achieved net zero carbon from our own direct operations and remain committed to making them climate positive by 2025.

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