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July 2022 Newsletter

13 July 2022

In July’s newsletter, we revisit our recent Global Divestment Announcement in which 35 faith institutions from seven countries representing over $1.25 billion in combined assets divested from fossil fuel companies. We also explore how the Diocese of Truro is moving to net zero while investing in climate solutions, and we celebrate the Methodist Church of Great Britain’s decision to endorse the Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty, becoming the largest UK denomination to do so.

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Methodist Church of Great Britain endorses the Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty

13 July 2022

At its 2022 Conference in June, the Methodist Church of Great Britain unanimously endorsed the Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty, becoming the largest denomination in the UK to join the movement calling for an end to all new oil and gas exploration around the world and for a fair, just transition the supports workers and communities in the transition to renewable energy.

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PRESS RELEASE: Global faith institutions announce divestment as oil and gas companies threaten 1.5°C climate goal with reckless expansion plans

5 July 2022

In a challenge to the fossil fuel industry’s dangerous expansion plans and increasingly empty rhetoric on climate, 35 faith institutions from seven countries today announced their divestment from fossil fuel companies. Organised by the World Council of Churches, Operation Noah, Laudato Si’ Movement, Green Anglicans and GreenFaith, this latest divestment announcement comes from faith institutions in Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Ireland, Italy, the UK and the US.

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June 2022 Newsletter

30 June 2022

Our June 2022 newsletter is out! Catch up on our recent webinars ‘The Global Church and The Fossil Fuelled Five’ with Bill McKibben, and ‘Alternatives to Fossil Fuelled Violence’ with Ukraine’s Dr Svitlana Romanko, Mozambique’s Rt Revd Manuel Ernesto and South Africa’s Revd Dr Rachel Mash. We also have the latest climate news, as well as a feature on Jim Green’s latest ‘Divest CofE’ cycling pilgrimage and a book review by Nicky Bull.

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By Stuart Magog