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Le mouvement de desinvestissment contre les combustibles fossiles est croissant dans le monde entier. Il est immoral de tirer profit des investissment qui condamnerons la planète au désastre. Renseignez-vous et impliquez-vous:

Merci!


Divestment Updates

Swedish 2nd AP Fund: Important 1st step, a long way to go

On Monday, one of the Swedish national pension funds called “Second AP fund” announced that they are divesting from 20 fossil fuel companies. They ditched all their investments in coal (12 companies) and pulled their investments out of eight oil and gas companies, citing the financial risk associated with these assets. CEO Eva Halvarsson said: By (More...)

How we got Glasgow Uni to Divest

The Fossil Free campaign of the Glasgow Uni Climate Action Society has been successful and the University of Glasgow just announced they would divest from fossil fuel companies. We now want to share with you how we went about fossil fuel divestment and help to make your campaign successful as well! Do the research Before (More...)

Church of Sweden completes full divestment

Before the warm glow of empowerment from this weekend’s People’s Climate Mobilisation has even worn off, there’s some incredible news to share with you on the divestment campaign front. President Al Gore is presenting over 800 fossil fuel divestment commitments by institutions and individuals in a speech to heads of state at the UN Climate (More...)

10 reasons to join us in 2 weeks

Here are all the reasons to register for a People’s Climate Mobilisation event near you (and not later): 1. Signing up now could mean two people later. When you sign up, it makes it that much easier for your neighbour and friend to join you. And once they join, they’ll need time to convince their neighbour and (More...)

Renewable energy breaks records across Europe

The strange weather in recent weeks may not have made for an ideal summer for holidaymakers, but it has provided a boost to energy generation from renewable sources. Britain‘s fleet of onshore and offshore wind turbines met 22% of electricity demand on Sunday, setting a new record and outperforming coal, which met just 13% of (More...)

People’s Climate Mobilisation: A Global Invitation

To change everything, we need everyone. This September, world leaders are coming to New York City to talk about how to address the climate crisis. This is a crucial moment; we’re at a crossroads. We can and must change course by building a new economy through efforts to reconceive corporations and redefine economic progress. We (More...)

Madness: $91bn gamble on high risk fossil fuel projects

The world’s seven largest oil companies could gamble away billions of dollars of investor’s money over the next decade on expensive, risky and high-carbon oil projects, according to the latest research from UK-based think-tank the Carbon Tracker Initiative. Imagine $91bn going into developing renewable, 100% clean alternative energy instead. That’s why we need our institutions (More...)

Ethics committee to universities: oil research can be unethical

The Norwegian committee on research ethics tells institutions that oil research, often sponsored by the industry, is ethically irresponsible if it contradicts UNs climate targets. After months of deliberation over the ethics of petroleum research, the statement from The Norwegian National Committee for Research Ethics in Science and Technology (NENT) is ready. Their powerful conclusion could shift the priorities of research (More...)

Oxford students tackle carbon bubble – literally!

The issues of the carbon bubble was tackled head on this week with members of Oxford University Fossil Free campaign demonstrating in college quads across Oxford. The action took place a couple of days after Obama admitted that we cannot afford to burn all the known fossil fuel reserves. British MPs are also warning of (More...)

IPCC: Divest from fossil fuels for a safe climate

“It does not cost the world to save the planet” — Ottmar Edenhofer, co-chair of the IPCC Working Group III  The Working Group III contribution to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Fifth Assessment Report released yesterday provides a comprehensive assessment of all relevant options for mitigating climate change through limiting or preventing greenhouse (More...)