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Find a sustainable investing fund

Invest to reflect your personal values - with ESG, sustainable or ethical investments

Important information - the value of investments can go down as well as up so you may get back less than you invest. This information is not a personal recommendation for any particular investment. If you are unsure about the suitability of an investment you should speak to one of Fidelity’s advisers or an authorised financial adviser of your choice.

Feel good about your investments

To help make it easier to find a fund that takes both your personal opinions and financial goals seriously, we've created a tool that allows you to easily view - by category - all the sustainable funds, exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and investment trusts that we hold on our platform. And while the tool won't offer you a personal recommendation, it will give you a head start if you're looking for a fund that better reflects what's important to you. 

What we mean by sustainable investing

At Fidelity we like to keep things simple. That's why we use the term 'sustainable investing' to broadly describe an investment approach that has an environmental, social or governance (ESG), sustainable or ethical focus. The types of sustainable investing have been broken down into seven categories (SRI styles). You'll find brief definitions of these in our Sustainable Investment Finder tool or you can see the full descriptions of the SRI styles here.

If the whole idea of sustainable investing is still relatively new to you, you might like to take a look at our jargon-busting glossary of sustainable investing terms which will help you get to grips with the main sustainable approaches and industry phrases that might seem a little confusing to begin with.

Learn more about our Sustainable Investment Finder

We’ve worked alongside SRI Services to develop the Sustainable Investment Finder. Watch Julia Dreblow, Founder of SRI Services, explain how the Sustainable Investment Finder works.

Making the most of the Sustainable Investment Finder

1. Select a category

Each fund has been placed under the category which best represents the fund's focus. Select a category to see which funds sit under it. You can select more than one category.

2. Research

If you click on the name of a fund, it will take you to a fund factsheet. Please read this thoroughly.

3. Choose

Make sure you follow the first two steps to find a fund that's right for you. You'll need an account to start investing.

How the sustainable investing list has been created

Our Sustainable Investment Finder sorts the sustainable investments on our platform into a number of categories. With thousands of investments on our platform, it’ll help you start your search for a fund which pays close attention to sustainability issues.


We've worked closely with SRI Services - an independent business with over three decades of experience in sustainable investments - to develop the list. Its purpose is to make potentially relevant sustainable investment funds easier to find.  SRI’s fund classification system (SRI styles) is based on the key issues a fund considers (such as sustainability, environmental, ethical), as well as the approach taken by the fund (whether it’s focused, weighted/tilted or with only limited exclusions). These classifications aim to help you understand fund strategies, which vary greatly.  Where there is overlap - as many funds offer a combination of strategies - SRI Services’ experts select the category which best represents a fund’s overall strategy. Additional fund information is received directly from fund managers who have completed the SRI Services research questionnaire.

See the SRI styles See more about SRI Services

Want to weigh up your options?

If you'd like to view our full range of funds, exchange-traded funds and shares, you can use our Investment Finder search tool. It allows you to sort, filter and compare all of the investments that we hold on our platform from a range of providers.

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Sustainable investing list FAQs

Is this a list of all the sustainable funds on the platform?
How often is the list updated?
Which SRI style is best for me?
Is this list produced in the same way as your Select 50 list?