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First College in the Pacific Islands Divests from Fossil Fuels

As another set of uninspiring UN climate negotiations has come to a close in Lima, the first university in the Pacific Islands, the College of the Marshall Islands (CMI), has just voted unanimously to divest from fossil fuel companies. The Republic of the Marshall Islands comprises over 1,000 small, low-lying islands that are home to (More...)

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Kangaroos to defeat climate bomb?

By Nicolas Haeringer French bank Société Générale has announced it’s withdrawing from the Alpha Coal mega-coal mine in Australia. This “climate bomb” – an open mine in the Galilee basin (central Queensland) alone would  “produce 6% of the carbon necessary to take the planet past a 2°C temperature rise,” says Bill McKibben.   If the (More...)

What Plummeting Oil Prices Mean for the Divestment Movement

The headlines last week were all about oil prices. You may have seen articles talking about the geopolitical boondoggle the OPEC countries are in. You may of heard speculation about a sluggish economy or how consumers at the pump are jumping for low-price joy. But what does it mean for the divestment movement that crude (More...)

A First look at Global Divestment Day

A year from now, world leaders will gather in Paris to have another shot at securing a global climate deal. Given their far from impressive track record, we’re not taking our chances.  We know that world leaders won’t act in accordance with the urgency of the climate crisis as long as the fossil fuel industry (More...)

Bulletin sur le désinvestissement du mois de Novembre: A découvrir! Le Désinvestissement se répand loin et partout.

Alors que le mois de Novembre touche à sa fin, le mouvement de désinvestissement s’élargit et se répand partout. De nouvelles campagnes de désinvestissement sont lancées à travers le monde, les campus qui ont reçu «un refus» de leurs administrations de nouveau prennent leurs affaires devant les tribunaux, et les étudiants en plus grand nombre que (More...)

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Banques: L’heure de désinvestir a sonné

Quatre-vingt-deux grandes banques ont dépensé au moins 66 milliards d’euros dans le financement de l’industrie du charbon l’an dernier, selon de nouvelles données sur le financement du charbon publiés aujourd’hui dans de le rapport ‘Banking on coal 2014’ de BankTrack. Cela représente une «année record» pour le soutien financier accordé aux 65 plus grandes entreprises (More...)

Bulletin sur le désinvestissement du mois de Novembre: Le désinvestissement mondial : Une affaire de pionniers

La période de transition d’Octobre à Novembre a été un moment crucial pour le mouvement de désinvestissement. Il y a eu quelques victoires importantes, beaucoup de nouveautés, et encore plus la planification et le développement d’importantes annonces pour les semaines à venir. En raison du nombre de fois où nous avons prononcé le mot, “Premier à (More...)

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Norway’s largest pension fund divests from coal

Norway’s largest manager of pension funds, KLP, has decided to sell off all its investments in coal companies. KLP executives will instead invest half-a-billion kroner (around USD 75 million) in renewable energy ventures. KLP manages the pension funds for the majority of Norway’s public sector employees. With its total assets of nearly NOK 500 billion ($84bn/€67bn) (More...)

Oxford Diocese goes fossil free and challenges Church of England to divest

Today, Oxford Diocese called on the Church of England to divest from fossil fuel companies and pledged to examine its own investments. Oxford Diocesan Synod has passed a resolution urging the Church of England’s National Investing Bodies to divest from fossil fuel companies. The resolution was passed with a majority of 52 in favour, with (More...)

Banks: Time to Quit Coal

Ninety-two leading banks last year provided at least EUR 66 billion in financing to the coal industry, according to new coal financing data released today in BankTrack’s ‘Banking on coal 2014‘ report.  This represents a ‘record year’ for financial support extended to the top 65 coal companies in both the coal mining and power sectors, (More...)