Faith groups divest from fossil fuels and call for green COVID-19 recovery
More than 40 faith institutions have today jointly announced plans to divest from fossil fuels and called on governments to ensure a low-carbon economic response to COVID-19.This is the largest-ever joint divestment from fossil fuels announced by faith groups. UK-based signatories comprise Methodist, Baptist, Catholic and Anglican institutions, among others, with over £1.
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