The University of Edinburgh rules out £9m fossil fuel divestment

Jessica Shankleman
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Vice chancellor says 'abrupt shift' from fossil fuels could hit world's poorest

The University of Edinburgh has disappointed environmental campaigners, after voting against plans to shift around £9m of investments away from fossil fuels into cleaner energy sources. Totalling £291m,...

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