Just over two months to go till the Global Divestment Mobilisation and lots of new events popping up on the map. Let's take a look at some of them for inspiration on how to highlight the urgency of divesting from fossil-fuelled climate impacts.
Climate artivists stage first protest performance inside the Louvre denouncing the museum's ties to oil and gas major Total
Yesterday evidence emerged that oil giant Shell has known about dangerous climate change, caused by the burning of its fossil fuels, for over 30 years. We’ve been betrayed, lied to, and sabotaged by the fossil fuel industry for decades. That time is over -- it’s time to divest. Join the Global Divestment Mobilisation in May!
Global Divestment Mobilisation is 2 months away. Sign up for a series of online workshops and resources to support you in planning and taking action for divestment wherever you are 5-13th May.
How can the climate movement respond? Here are some of our ideas...
Global Divestment Mobilisation - 5-13 May. It’s time we took a stand together.
Divest London have today revealed that Sadiq Khan’s City Hall is investing millions in controversial and destructive fossil fuel projects across the world, including the Dakota Access and Kinder Morgan pipelines.
On a cold and snowy night, almost 5.000 people protested against gas extraction in Groningen.
The climate movement is at an intersection - a discussion piece
One of the world's ten largest coal financiers, Deutsche Bank, is to stop all new loans to coal projects and gradually reduce its existing financing to thermal coal projects. On the surface, this sounds good, but we dig behind the PR in their headlines.