News & Actions
Come out this afternoon to support efforts to divest the City of Oakland from Chase bank.Read more
Native Voices and Earth Justice: Indigenous Peoples’ Environmental Movement and How We Can Help.
Sunday, June 4, 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. Unitarian Universalist Society of Sacramento @ 2425 Sierra Blvd., Sacramento, CA 95825.
After a meeting last week CalPERS and other investors passed a resolution requiring Occidental Petroleum to report on climate-related risks. It’s the first resolution of its kind in the nation.Read more
Fossil Free California’s recent “Move Your Money” seminar drew a good crowd of people looking to break up with their big banks and move their checking, savings, and credit cards to a socially responsible bank or credit union. Over the last year, “DefundDAPL” and related projects have inspired people to move more than $81 million…Read more
Managers of the 4th largest Danish pension fund have partially divested from fossil fuels, citing concerns about stranded assets.Read more
Columbia University’s Trustees voted in mid-March to divest from thermal coal production and to join the Carbon Disclosure Project’s Climate Change Program. Meanwhile, Harvard took a significant step toward fossil fuel divestment by saying it will “pause” new investments in fossil fuels.Read more
After weeks of negotiations, FFCA’s bill (SB 560) defining “financial climate risk”, was passed on its second hearing by the CA Senate PER Committee. The bill’s authors are now seeking co-sponsors as the bill moves toward the Appropriations Committee.Read more