'As Christians, we must act': Dozens of faith groups promise to divest from fossil fuels

Cecilia Keating
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St Mary's in Walthamstow, north east London, has now divested | Credit: Marathon, CC
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St Mary's in Walthamstow, north east London, has now divested | Credit: Marathon, CC

Total number of faith groups to join anti-fossil fuel movement hits 400 as pressure builds on governments to end public funding for oil, coal, and gas projects

The global divestment movement expanded further today, as 47 faith institutions from 21 countries announced they are to cut ties with the fossil fuel industry in a bid to help tackle the climate crisis....

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