New York Institutions that have committed to divest from fossil fuels:

New York City Employees Retirement System (coal only)
NYC Teachers Retirement System (coal only)
Ithaca
Village of Cooperstown
Riverside Church
Amalgamated Bank
American Museum of Natural History
Barnard College
Columbia University (coal only)
New School
Syracuse University
Metropolitan New York Synod
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
New York Conference of The United Methodist Church
Union Theological Seminary
First Unitarian Church of Rochester, NY
Park Foundation
Rockefeller Brothers Fund

Institutional and fund investors controlling about $5 trillion in assets have committed to divest from fossil fuels in whole or in part. Some examples of cities and pension funds include:

Portland, Oregon
District of Columbia Retirement Board
Cambridge
Ann Arbor
Oakland
San Francisco
Copenhagen
Paris
Berlin
Oslo
Stockholm
Ireland
Government Pension Fund Global of Norway – $898 billion
Pensionfonds Zorg en Welzijn (PFZW) Netherlands – $183 billion
PFA and PKA Pensions Denmark – $80 billion
First State Super of Australia – $41 billion
Kommunal Landspensjonskasse of Norway – $45 billion

Full list of 720 institutions, including other cities and pension funds, that have committed to divest from fossil fuels available here.

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