Updated: Church of England faces growing pressure to ditch fossil fuels

Jessica Shankleman
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Oxford Diocesan Synod will consider divesting from oil, coal, and gas companies and calls on Anglican Church to do the same

The Church of England in Oxford has joined a growing movement of investors looking to end their links with fossil fuel companies and reinvest in low-carbon energy sources to reduce their exposure to climate...

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