In addition to the Green America credit card, there are many socially and environmentally responsible credit cards to choose from. Using a credit card like those below ensures that your credit card transactions support community development or climate solutions, rather than big business and climate destruction by financing the fossil fuel industry.
The Green America Visa, from TCM Bank, supports Green America's green-economy programs. Use this card to direct a portion of every purchase toward Green America's work to build fair tradings systems, advance clean energy, get GMOs out of our food supply, and support green businesses.
Amalgamated Bank is powered 100% by renewable energy, has a fossil fuel-free policy, supports immigrants, affordable housing, and worker rights. Their card is issued by the First National Bank of Omaha. They offer several credit cards.
Aspiration Zero allows you to eliminate your carbon footprint, and get cashback for doing so. Aspiration plants a climate-change fighting tree with every purchase you make with the card, and gives you the option to round up to plant a tree as well. Every month you plant 60 trees, you reach carbon neutral and get rewarded with up to 1% cashback on all purchases. Card issued by Beneficial State Bank, member FDIC.
Beneficial State Bank’s Climate Card allows you to earn rewards for everyday purchases and support climate-related nonprofits of your choice, including Green America, with your points. Beneficial State offers credit card options for people with various credit backgrounds throughout California, Oregon, and Washington. Learn more about their card options. Beneficial State Bank is a B Corp, CDFI, and Fossil-Free Certified bank committed to supporting people, planet, and prosperity through their services. Member FDIC, Equal Housing Lender.
Hope Federal Credit Union VISAHope has worked for decades to improve lives in the Mid-South. You must be a member of HOPE to apply for the VISA, and please contact HOPE to see if you are eligible for membership.
Sunrise Banks is certified by the U.S. Department of Treasury as a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI), a designation only given to 90 banks nationwide. They offer many options for a conscious credit card. The Sunrise card is issued with Elan Financial, which is a subsidiary of US Bank.
These cards and the Green America card are issued by TCM Bank, which is a subsidiary of the Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA). ICBA supports more than 50,000 community banks in the U.S. and "works to promote an environment where community banks flourish."
International Living Future Institute's Affinity Card is a Visa Platinum credit card that works to redefine the green building movement. This partnership ensures that a percentage of every purchase made using this card furthers ILFI’s mission to offer green building and infrastructure solutions that help create a better world.
The Salmon Nation Visa directs a percentage of its income to growing environmental stewardship of “Salmon Nation,” a bio-region from Alaska to Oregon.