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As fossil fuel divestment begins to make headlines across the globe, students in the UK are stepping up their demands.
The momentum builds as London Universities Purchasing Consortium joins Electronics Watch, to take action against labour abuses in the industry.
The City of Paris, the region of Brittany, the municipality of Traun in Austria, La Poste in France and the London School of Economics in the United Kingdom were rewarded at the first-ever Pan European Award Scheme on Fairtrade Cotton Procurement, a ceremony that took place on March the 28th in Bremen, Germany.
Yesterday students across the UK took part in stunts, actions and general mischief to mark Fossil Fools Day, a global day of action against the fossil fuel industry.
Walmart have paid into the Rana Plaza compensation fund, however their contribution is pitiful.
Over 300 of you got in touch with adidas over the Cambodian wage dispute, how did they react?
Over a thousand of you got in touch with nearly 400 MPs asking them to break up with the fossil fuel industry. What did they have to say?
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Edinburgh University have joined Electronics Watch today as the first UK university to do so.