Frances Rankin

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The global fossil fuel divestment movement has been given a boost as 47 faith institutions announced a commitment to sell their shares in coal, oil and gas companies. The divestment, coinciding wi...
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Churches are increasingly vocal and progressive actors on climate justice. Yet regional groups of churches in the UK still have almost £18 million invested in fossil fuel companies, a DeSmog invest...
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Here are the full statements from dioceses in response to our analysis of their fossil fuel investments. All dioceses included in the analysis were approached for comment.  Diocese of Portsmouth  ...
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For the investigation, DeSmog contacted all 42 dioceses to request information on how much they invest in fossil fuel companies, which investment managers they use and which funds specifically they...
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One of the Church of England’s three investing bodies has quietly sold its last remaining shares in fossil fuels, worth an estimated £8.4 million, DeSmog UK has learned. CCLA, a leading fund manag...
on

“What’s the point of gender justice if you don’t have a world in which to live?”, asks Dr Helen Pankhurst, great-granddaughter of suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst, and granddaughter of women’s rights...
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Students are today taking their education into their own hands and launching a climate emergency education bill in parliament, to call for rapid education reform and with the hopes of gaining suppo...
on

BP’s new CEO Bernard Looney made a big announcement this week, saying he wants to “reinvent” the company and ensure it has “net-zero” carbon emissions by 2050.    But alongside such headline-grabb...
on

Activists from theatrical protest group BP or not BP occupied the British Museum overnight in protest of the fossil fuel company’s sponsorship.  The protest titled ‘BP Must Fall’ began the day bef...
on

It was an evening plagued by powerpoint problems and empty seats for the director of the UK’s leading climate science denial campaign group, the Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF), who had for...
on

The global fossil fuel divestment movement has been given a boost as 47 faith institutions announced a commitment to sell their shares in coal, oil and gas companies. The divestment, coinciding wi...
on

Churches are increasingly vocal and progressive actors on climate justice. Yet regional groups of churches in the UK still have almost £18 million invested in fossil fuel companies, a DeSmog invest...
on

Here are the full statements from dioceses in response to our analysis of their fossil fuel investments. All dioceses included in the analysis were approached for comment.  Diocese of Portsmouth  ...
on

For the investigation, DeSmog contacted all 42 dioceses to request information on how much they invest in fossil fuel companies, which investment managers they use and which funds specifically they...
on

One of the Church of England’s three investing bodies has quietly sold its last remaining shares in fossil fuels, worth an estimated £8.4 million, DeSmog UK has learned. CCLA, a leading fund manag...
on

“What’s the point of gender justice if you don’t have a world in which to live?”, asks Dr Helen Pankhurst, great-granddaughter of suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst, and granddaughter of women’s rights...
on

Students are today taking their education into their own hands and launching a climate emergency education bill in parliament, to call for rapid education reform and with the hopes of gaining suppo...
on

BP’s new CEO Bernard Looney made a big announcement this week, saying he wants to “reinvent” the company and ensure it has “net-zero” carbon emissions by 2050.    But alongside such headline-grabb...
on

Activists from theatrical protest group BP or not BP occupied the British Museum overnight in protest of the fossil fuel company’s sponsorship.  The protest titled ‘BP Must Fall’ began the day bef...
on

It was an evening plagued by powerpoint problems and empty seats for the director of the UK’s leading climate science denial campaign group, the Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF), who had for...