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The Central Finance Board of the Methodist Church, which manages investments of £1.1 billion for the Church, has announced a new investment policy on climate change.
Oxford Diocesan Synod has passed a resolution urging the Church of England’s National Investing Bodies to disinvest from fossil fuel companies.
Inspired by Operation Noah’s Bright Now campaign, Brighthelm URC Church in Brighton is pulling out of investment in fossil fuels.
The Church of England’s Ethical Investment Advisory Group is biased and ill-informed when it comes to fossil fuel disinvestment, says Operation Noah.
CND has welcomed a new report which lays bare the financing of nuclear weapons. 'Don’t Bank on the Bomb'.
The University of Edinburgh is to divest £1.2m from Ultra Electronics, a company that makes components for weaponised drones
Shareholders in Grupo San José have been urged to disinvest as satellite images show its subsidiary is involved in destruction of land inhabited by uncontacted Indians.
Two major UK church investment organisations have welcomed a new code designed to encourage responsible investment.
The anti-poverty charity War on Want has accused supermarket retailer Waitrose of misleading customers in its claims to have ceased stocking goods from illegal Israeli settlements.
The chief of the United Methodist Church's public affairs unit in the US will meet today with Jim Owens, President and CEO of Caterpillar in order to convey his opposition to Caterpillar's equipment sales to Israel.
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