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Giant carbon bubbles spread warning about fossil fuel investments around Oxford
This week, US president Barack Obama acknowledged what Fossil Free student campaigners, climate scientists and financial analysts have been saying all along. The vast majority of known fossil fuel reserves must be kept underground to avoid a climate crisis
Durham University have affiliated to the Worker Rights Consortium (WRC) after a campaign by students from People & Planet
Oxford rowing crews joined calls for fossil fuel divestment. The rowers want to raise awareness of climate change after winter floods submerged many boathouses.
Over 150 students and Oxford residents today joined together to take part in the UK’s biggest public demonstration yet against fossil fuel investments.
64 University of Oxford academics have signed an open letter urging the University to "take action on climate change" by ridding its £3.8bn endowment of investments in fossil fuel companies.
Advanced Procurement for Universities and Colleges (APUC) join Electronics Watch to support workers in university supply chains.
Last night the University of Sheffield Students' Union overwhelmingly voted to support the Fossil Free campaign, becoming the 15th Students' Union to do so.
In a historic move, the National Union of Students (NUS) has thrown its weight behind the growing campaign calling on UK universities and public institutions to divest from the fossil fuel industry.