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It’s simple. If it’s wrong to wreck the climate, it’s wrong to profit from that wreckage.
Fossil fuel companies are driving the climate crisis and have successfully delayed action on climate change for decades. It’s time for our institutions to take a stand and divest from fossil fuels.
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Last May, the world-famous Louvre Museum in the heart of Paris had to be closed to rescue thousands of artworks...
In January 2016 the Future in Our Hands Oslo Student Team started the campaign to get the University of Oslo to divest. After less than 12 months they had achieved their goal. Student campaigner, Hanna Høiland explains how they got there and what they're planning next:
A photo story following the Fossil Free Southwark campaign from their beginnings two years ago, to Southwark Council's decision to divest this week.
Wow. This is a big one. A year on from the Paris agreement and it’s just been revealed that the divestment movement has doubled in size since September 2015, and the next big global mobilisation has been called for May!
On 4 May 2017, local elections will be held across much of the UK. These elections are a great opportunity to build local support and see more local councils divest their pensions from fossil fuels.
Preventing dangerous climate change means leaving 80% of known fossil fuel reserves in the ground. If our politicians are serious about tackling climate change, they shouldn’t be investing in them.
As the profile of stranded assets, climate risk and the fossil fuel divestment movement started to build and gain traction, a group of MPs set out to question the Parliamentary Contributions Pension Fund (PCPF) on the fossil fuel investments of their own pension and management of climate risk.
EU institutions have reached a deal on a reform of the IORPs (Institutions for Occupational Retirement Provision) Directive that affects...
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