Investors are sitting on a time bomb of fossil fuel assets
Faced with the risk of the carbon bubble bursting, it is up to civil society to create funds that are free of fossil fuel assets
The world is in the grip of a climate emergency, with the UN Environment Programme saying global carbon emissions reductions must hit 7.6% annually until 2030 to meet the 1.5°C stabilisation target.
SA is warming twice as fast as the global average, with widespread drought hurting farmers and the rural poor. Day Zero — no water in the taps — has already hit several SA municipalities. The developmental gains SA has made over the past decades are all at risk because of climate change...
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