The movement for #fossilfreeculture has grown dramatically in the last couple of years.
by Nathália Clark, 350.org's Communications Coordinator for Latin America
It is official 2016 was the warmest year on record. Climate impacts are taking us into uncharted territory ravaging our planet via floods, forest fires, heatwaves, storms and drought.
Thousands of people around the world will be taking part in the Global Divestment Mobilisation 5 - 13 May. Here are some of their plans. What are yours?
Check out our new escalation guide for tips and inspiring stories to help you ramp up the pressure in time for the global divestment mobilisation 5 - 13th May
Last week, a group of Indonesian residents and activists were in Japan to demand that the Japanese Government and banks...
The faith community has played a leading role in the divestment movement, with hundreds of faith institutions around the world divesting and lending a strong moral voice to the case against the fossil fuel industry. For the Global Divestment Mobilisation, faith groups around the country - and the world - will be taking part and adding their voice.
There are droughts and water crisis happening on all continents. Today, on World Water Day, we look at the way climate change threatens the watter supply in Sweden, where access to safe water is taken for granted.
On 5th -13th May 2017, thousands of people around the world will be taking part in a Global Divestment Mobilisation - to highlight the devastating impacts of our institutions investments in fossil fuels and demand they do the right thing: divest!
On Tuesday 28 February, the Convocation of the University of Cape Town overwhelmingly passed a non-binding motion for the university to rid itself of all investments in fossil fuels within five years. Should the university council agree to this motion, it would make UCT the first African University to formally commit to divesting from fossil fuels.