Africa: C of E Launches New Ethical Investment Policy for Extractive Industries
The national investing bodies (NIBs) of the Church of England have announced a new ethical investment policy for the extractive industries. The policy was adopted by three bodies -… Read more »
Africa: Church of England Wins Exxonmobil Climate Change Battle
Shareholders of the oil giant ExxonMobil pushed through a resolution on climate change at the company's AGM yesterday despite strong opposition from the Board of Directors. The… Read more »
February 23, 2016
Southern Africa: Southern Africa Mothers' Union Boycotts Styrofoam
A self-imposed ban on the use of Styrofoam - or Polystyrene - products by members of the Mothers' Union in Southern Africa will lead to an increase in washing up - but it's a price… Read more »
January 19, 2016
Africa: C of E Takes Climate Change Fight to ExxonMobil
Buoyed by the success of similar actions against British oil companies BP and Shell, the Church Commissioners for England have tabled a shareholders' motion calling on the US oil… Read more »
December 14, 2015
Africa: Anglicans Welcome "End to Fossil Fuel Era"
Anglican bishops have welcomed this weekend's international agreement at the climate change talks in Paris. Negotiators from around 200 countries have reached agreement on a… Read more »
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