'Moral need for action': University of Cambridge targets full fossil fuel divestment by 2030

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Cambridge's divestment strategy builds on a number of pre-existing ambitious climate goals
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Cambridge's divestment strategy builds on a number of pre-existing ambitious climate goals

The university outlined a staggered approach to divestment through to 2030, and said it will invest instead in renewable energy

The University of Cambridge has committed to divest from all direct and indirect investments in fossil fuels by 2030, as the institution works towards its goal of reaching net zero greenhouse gas emissions...

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