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#WeFightClimateChange in Stellenbosch

[This blog was written by Steven Myburgh from Fossil Free Stellenbosch] Fossil Free Stellenbosch (FFS) is a group of students at Stellenbosch University, formed in response to the climate crisis, and has divestment from fossil fuels as its first campaign. Divestment is the opposite of an investment – it simply means getting rid of stocks, (More...)

Report: The Divestment Movement — A Just Response to Climate Inaction

Today, 350Africa.org is launching the second in a series of powerful research reports to present the case for divestment from fossil fuels and to highlight that this is not just an environmental issue but a political, economic and moral one as well. The divestment movement is growing globally, with over 450 institutions, pension funds, universities and faith-based organisations having committed (More...)


Why you need to think about coal on World Food Day

Yesterday was World Food Day, and across the globe, filtered Instagram shots of delightfully healthy, organic meals likely skyrocketed as people found reasons to celebrate the most delicious part of our lives. And scoff though I might, if people are finding reasons to be thankful for food that’s grown in harmony with the planet and not (More...)

The amazing #WeFightClimateChange Concert that went down in Nairobi

[This blog was written by Prince Papa from the 350 Kenya team] It is on a Friday, and after several weeks of planning, meetings, phone calls, short messages within and from outside Kenya I arrive at the Kenya national Theater! By this time I am sure that I have done enough to make the day (More...)

Have your say on how we bring the age of fossil fuels to an end

Did you know that the fossil fuel divestment movement is the fastest growing movement of its kind in history? At this critical time for our planet, people like you are seeing a distinct lack of action from their governments and turning to other entities — banks, universities, churches and pension funds to help stop funding (More...)