Campaigners say there is growing dissatisfaction among Barclay’s shareholders over the bank’s approach to climate change.
Investigative reporter Ian Urbina outlines the brand-new Outlaw Ocean Music Project, which seeks to connect the public with high-stakes reporting on high-seas crime through the powerful medium of music.
"We want clean air, water, and soil. It is incumbent on any responsible corporation to listen to our community and cease all business relationships with Formosa Plastics Group."
Oxford University fellow Professor Peter Edwards has been appointed to the Global Warming Policy Foundation’s board of trustees.
Peter Butlin, who is deputy leader of Warwickshire County Council, regularly shares content from climate science denial groups.
The overall failure to divest appears to undermine a surge of climate commitments made by local authorities in recent years.
The institution is already under intense pressure from campaigners over its existing relationships with oil companies.
While pipeline protesters risk harsh new penalties enacted in various states, security companies hired to police fossil fuel projects are operating with little oversight.
A new book highlights the impact European coal imports are having on communities based near mines around the world. It's time for an end to all coal use, not just in electricity generation, argues Anne Harris.
The Kichwa people of the Ecuadorian Amazon continue to fight for their right to access safe water and food.