Updates on campaigns to disinvest from the fossil fuel industry and the wider divestment movement
6th April, 2021
The ESG Resolutions To Watch This AGM Season
Surrey Pension Fund consistently uses a 'strategy' of engagement to avoid genuine work on lowering the climate impact of their investments. Share Action shows that this so called strategy is actually nonsense, and demonstrates the total failure of engagement by showing the low uptake of ESG resolutions at the AGMs of the companies driving planetary destruction and ecological collapse.
2nd April, 2021
University Of Michigan Commits To Divestment
Whilst Surrey Pension Fund continue to cherry pick statements about divestment - largely from ministers paid by the fossil fuel sector - they are being left behind with failing shares as institutions around the globe jump ship, reflecting the dwindling profit in
22nd Febuary, 2021
Trinity College Commits To Dumping Fossil Fuel Investments by End of 2021
Cambridge institution commits to selling all fossil fuel investments by end of December as part of its climate policy pledges.
12th Febuary, 2021
Whatever it takes: A holistic approach to targeting net zero carbon emissions
Strategy framework for investors looking to protect their portfolio from the risks associated with the transition to a low carbon economy.
Leaked report for world’s major fossil fuel financier says Earth is on unsustainable trajectory
11th January, 2021
JP Morgan report from Spring 2020 condemns US central bank's investment strategy and warns that planet is heading for irreversible climate collapse
1st October, 2020
As Share Prices Drop, Europe's Fossil Fuel Producers Realise The Shift To A Low Carbon Economy Is Inevitable
Time to sell fossil fuel shares . The world's largest producers have left it too late, , and are haemorraging cash, to the tune of billions in some cases
1st October, 2020
commits to carbon neutrality
23rd September, 2020
London & Bristol To Divest From Fossil Fuels As Part Of Covid-19 Recovery
As part of a C40 initiative 12 Mayors commit to removing their cities' investments from fossil fuels as they recover from coronavirus. Green investments have outshone fossil fuels for 15 years, so it's the only smart move.