University of Liverpool to ditch all fossil fuel investments

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(Left to right) Deputy President of the Guild of Students, Hannah Nguyen and University's director of finance, Nicola Davies | Credit: University of Liverpool
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(Left to right) Deputy President of the Guild of Students, Hannah Nguyen and University's director of finance, Nicola Davies | Credit: University of Liverpool

Institution commits to selling its remaining £2.8m holdings in fossil fuel companies by 2022 following pressure from student campaigners

The University of Liverpool has agreed to sell all its remaining investments in fossil fuel companies by July 2022 following pressure from its students, as the global divestment movement continues to gather...

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