Rockefeller heirs join pledge to divest $50 billion from fossil fuels

Rockefeller heirs join pledge to divest $50 billion from fossil fuels

The Global Divest-Invest coalition announced the new entry: the Rockefellers heirs. Since the divestment movement launched three years ago, some 650 individuals and 180 institutions, including 50 new foundations, which hold over $50 billion in total assets, pledged to divest from fossil fuels over five years using a variety of approaches.

Source: Business Insider

Date: September 2014

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