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If we are serious about preventing catastrophic warming, we need to stop Barclays funding any new coal mines, drill any new fracking sites or build any more pipelines. Not a single one. Take action to tell them we’re done expanding the fossil fuel frontier.

Divest Barclays Action Guide

If we are serious about preventing catastrophic warming, we need to stop Barclays funding any new coal mines, drill any new fracking sites or build any more pipelines. Not a single one. Take action to tell them we’re done expanding the fossil fuel frontier.

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Divest Barclays Campaign Tour 2019

Join People & Planet at a series of  events across the UK in Autumn 2019, as we kick off a new set of Divest Barclays campaigns. Expect grassroots activism, exciting workshops and big names from across the political spectrum - it's not to be missed.

LEEDS - Join us on the evening of the 24th October with Alex Sobel MP, Youth Strike 4 Climate, Momentum Leeds and more.

Go Green Week 2019 Student Guide

Get involved in taking on the fossil fuel industry this Go Green Week by challenging its relationship to banks like Barclays. From 11-15th February, we have events and activities every day to fill your campus with Fossil Free fun.

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Update on Kinder Morgan pipeline for People & Planet

Photo of Ocean Hyland in front of a London Barclays branch with text discussing the Alberta Tar Sands.

Hello, People & Plant friends!

My name is Ocean Hyland, I am from Tsleil-waututh Nation which is a community located near Vancouver, BC, Canada. 
 
A community which would be heavily affected if the proposed pipeline expansion is built through our traditional, unceded territory.
 
During my stay in London I met many activists and locals who held shared views of environmental protection and stewardship. Including students from People & Planet. 
 

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Motion SC112 - Divest Barclays #NUSConference 2018

Graphic calling on NUS Conference delegates to support Motion SC112 Divest Barclays

Fossil Free University of Bristol have submitted a motion to NUS NAtional Conference 2018 #NUSNC18 calling for a boycott of Barclays and to support the divest barclays campaign

Motion: SC112

Title: Divest Barclays

Submitted by: Bristol SU

Conference believes

  1. Burning fossil fuels is the primary contributor to climate injustice. However, projected fossil fuel investment in new fields, mines, and transportation infrastructure over the next twenty years is worth $14tn.
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DANCE continue monthly meditation vigil outside Barclays

Dharma Action Network for Climate Engagement at Barclays in Piccadilly Circus London.
Dharma Action Network for Climate Engagement (DANCE) London continue their monthly meditation vigil outside Barclays in Piccadilly Circus London. 
 
We walk in meditation from Golden Square nearby and then take our place outside the bank with banners calling on Barclays to “Listen to the Earth!’ . To hear and respond to the clear messages our planet is sending that we must urgently curtail our use of fossil fuels. We also hand out leaflets asking people to move their money.
 
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5 July 2017

Divest Barclays Launch

Barclays is a major investor in fossil fuel infrastructure across the globe it's time for them to halt their support for the fossil fuel industry before they crash the climate or the economy. Students in the network decided they would build a movement that will get unis to break ties with Barclays, build a mass boycott, end sponsorship deals and show Barclays up for the climate criminal that they are.

15 May 2017

Barclays Ditch Frackers Third Energy

At the Barclays Annual General Meeting (AGM), the Chairman John McFarlane told shareholders that the bank would be withdrawing their financing of fracking company Third Energy - licensed to frack in Ryedale, North Yorkshire. Barclays owned a 97% controlling stakes in Third Energy. This was a huge victory for the anti-fracking and climate justice movement in the UK, showing the power of organising and building coalitions in our local communities.

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