More than 5,500 UK churches convert to renewable energy
Friday August 3, 2018.
As temperatures soar around the world raising concerns about climate change, more than 5,500 churches have put their faith in clean energy – with church leaders encouraging more to follow suit.Fifteen Anglican cathedrals including Salisbury, ...
Christian Aid responds to General Synod vote on Church's fossil fuel investments
Sunday July 8th, 2018.
Christian Aid has praised the prophetic vision of the Church of England’s General Synod after it voted to sell its holdings in fossil fuel companies by 2023 if they have not aligned their business plans with ...
Former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams calls for Church of England to sell its fossil fuel holdings
Saturday July 7th, 2018.
Writing for the Daily Telegraph today, the former Archbishop of Canterbury and Chair of Christian Aid, has said the time has come for the Church of England to stop profiting from fossil fuel companies. On ...
Christian Aid calls for Church of England to divest from fossil fuel companies ahead of crunch Synod vote
Monday July 2nd, 2018.
Following the speech given by the Archbishop of Canterbury this morning at the London Stock Exchange, Christian Aid has called on Church investors to divest from all fossil fuel companies.Welcoming Justin Welby’s comments on the ...
Christian Aid calls for RBS to ditch fossil fuel investments
23 February 2017.
Banks like RBS, which is 70% owned by the UK Government, have a crucial role to play in addressing climate change by shifting investment flows away from fossil fuels.
Christian Aid responds to news that fossil fuel divestment passes $5 trillion
12 December 2016.
“It is becoming increasingly clear that profiting from companies whose actions threaten the destruction of life on a titanic scale is no longer morally acceptable," says Christian Aid.