To save climate, stop investing in fossil fuels: economists

French President Emmanuel Macron's One Planet Summit seems to have gone off without a hitch on Tuesday in Paris, and the flood of announcements that have poured out of the event have shown a lot of willingness to commit to tackle climate change, but eyebrows are being raised at the seeming lack of commitment by governments to turn away from funding fossil fuels. 

To save climate, stop investing in fossil fuels: economists

The development of oil, gas and coal energy must stop in order to avoid the worst ravages of global warming, 80 top economists said Thursday, days ahead of a climate summit in Paris.

Thu 7 Dec 17 from Phys.org

Macron’s One Planet Summit Boasts Plenty Of Movement, But Mum On Fossil Fuels?

French President Emmanuel Macron's One Planet Summit seems to have gone off without a hitch on Tuesday in Paris, and the flood of announcements that have poured out of the event have shown a ...

Wed 13 Dec 17 from CleanTechnica

World Bank, ING, & AXA Announce Fossil Fuel Divestment Worth Billions

Three of the world's biggest financial institutions -- the World Bank, ING, and AXA -- have all announced this week on the sidelines of the One Planet Summit in France plans to divest from fossil ...

Wed 13 Dec 17 from CleanTechnica

More Than 80 Leading Economists Demand “Not A Penny More” Spent On Fossil Fuels

A group of more than 80 world-leading economists from 20 countries have issued a declaration in which they demand that "not a penny more" be spent on fossil fuel production and infrastructure ...

Thu 7 Dec 17 from CleanTechnica

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