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Inspired by Operation Noah’s Bright Now campaign, Brighthelm URC Church in Brighton is pulling out of investment in fossil fuels.
Operation Noah has welcomed today’s decision at the Church of England’s General Synod to engage seriously with the issue of climate change.
The Church of England’s Ethical Investment Advisory Group is biased and ill-informed when it comes to fossil fuel disinvestment, says Operation Noah.
Operation Noah has called on UK Churches to follow the lead of the Quakers and disinvest from fossil fuel companies .
Operation Noah, 350.org and People & Planet are jointly hosting a Fossil Free Tour led by author and activist Bill McKibben.
Britain is losing the global race on green growth, a failure that could cost hundreds of thousands of jobs, the TUC General Secretary will warn today (21 October)
British Quakers have resolved to end all investment in fossil fuel companies and have begun steps to sell all the shares in question.
Operation Noah has welcomed the announcement from Quakers in Britain that they are disinvesting from fossil fuels and calling on others to do so.
Although 63 per cent of Anglicans believe the C of E should take a lead on climate change, a new survey shows only 25 per cent think it should disinvest from fossil fuel companies.
The General Synod will for the first time vote on a motion suggesting the Church should divest from fossil fuels companies.