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Global divesting institutions reach 500BY LAURA MILLAN | FRIDAY, 4 DEC 2015 12:37PM
Institutions fully or partially divesting from coal and fossil fuels have reached 500, as the argument for divestment gains momentum.
Read more: University of Massachusetts Foundation, Adelaide Bank, Bendigo Bank, Go Fossil Free, Hunter Hall Investment Management, Local Government Super, Norwegian Sovereign Wealth Fund, Paris for, Rockefeller Brothers Fund, Spokeswoman Pamela Jonah, UN Climate Change Summit, UniSuper, University of California, University of Glasgow
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