Global Divestment Mobilisation
This May, thousand of people around the world will be taking part in a Global Divestment Mobilisation, pushing institutions to show political leadership and divest from fossil fuels – it’s time to get involved where you are.
May 5 – 13. Mobilise. Divest. Everywhere.
We love Nobel. We love how its awards celebrate the greatest achievements by, and for, humankind. That’s why the Nobel Foundation should divest itself from fossil fuels.
Email your pension fund and ask them to divest from fossil fuels, in line with Netherlands commitments under the Paris Agreement.
Join the campaign to divest the UK’s £500m Parliamentary Pension Fund of fossil fuels, and create a world-leading fund on responsible investment.
Fossil Free Louvre
Together let’s kick fossil fuel sponsors like Total out of the Louvre and end its partnerships with companies that wreck the climate.
Keep it in the Ground: Sweden
The Swedish government recently allowed state-owned company Vattenfall to sell their coal reserves in Germany — a decision which means the release of at least 24x Sweden’s annual carbon emissions if that coal is burnt. In response, people are pledging to organise and escalate actions to keep fossil fuels in the ground.
The Rhineland’s lignite mines and coal plants are Europe’s biggest source of CO2 emissions and home to the world’s largest coal diggers – the Bagger 288.
Ende Gelände will make a powerful call to keep Europe’s coal in the ground, in the face of increasingly dangerous climate change.
Here, and no further. Together we will draw a line in the coalfields.
The Fossil Free campaign is building a global movement to divest from fossil fuels. If it’s wrong to wreck the climate, it’s wrong to profit from that wreckage.