Fossil fuels divestment campaign is gathering momentum
'The world has a choice when dealing withclimate change. One is to decide it's a problem like any other, which can be dealt with slowly and over time. The other is to recognise it as a crisis, perhaps the unique crisis in human history, which will take rapid, urgent action to overcome.' Read more @http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2013/oct/29/fossil-fuels-divestment-campaign-gather-momentum
There is plenty of action happening across several universities in Europe. Students urging their universities to divest from fossil fuels.
'If it's wrong to wreck the climate, then it's wrong to profit from that wreckage.
We're all connected to institutions that claim to be looking out for the public good, from local councils and governments, to universities, public banks and religious institutions. Many of these institutions, however, continue to support the fossil fuel industry whether we know it or not.
Given that we have to leave 80% of the proven reserves of coal, oil and gas in the ground in order to avoid catastrophic changes to our climate, these institutions have a responsibility to stop supporting an industry whose business model is based on wrecking our future.' Read more @http://gofossilfree.org/europe/