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OPEN LETTER TO THE ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY

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We welcome the leadership that you are providing in this vital year for our climate, such as your work convening global faith leaders ahead of the Glasgow summit. We fully agree with your statement that: “We all have both a moral and financial responsibility to address the climate emergency and to use those tools available […]

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SHELL Carbon Reduction Plan: Reconsider Church of England’s position, CSOs Urge Archbishop of Canterbury

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BENIN-CITY, NIGERIA. May 13, 2021… A recent decision by the Church of England Pensions Board to vote for Shell’s Climate and energy plan at its 2021 Annual meeting has drawn the anger of over 41 Civil Society Organisations drawn from the six geo-political zones of Nigeria who are calling on the Archbishop of Canterbury to […]

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Nigeria CSOs renew Calls on Church of England to Vote Against SHELL’s Plan to end Carbon Emission in 2050 today

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BENIN-CITY, NIGERIA. May 18, 2021… As the board of the Royal Dutch Oil Company, SHELL, holds its Annual General Meeting today, Tuesday 18 May 2021, 41 Civil Society Organisations in Nigeria have renewed their call on the Church of England to vote against resolution 20 of the Church of England Pensions Board which seeks to […]

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Resign Now, Nigeria Climate Activists tell Church of England Pensions Board Boss, Mather

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LAGOS, NIGERIA. August 25, 2022… Leaders of the Lagos Peoples Movement, a grassroots environmental activist behind the Shadow Shell Annual General Meeting in Lagos have called on the Chair of the Church of England Pensions Board, Clive Mather to resign for being a shareholder in Shell and, hence being a stumbling block for divestment of […]

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Nigerian Climate Activists Hail Church of England’s move to Stop engaging Shell

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BEININ CITY, NIGERIA. May 7, 2022…. Civil Society Organisations which criticised the Church of England’s support for Shell have welcomed the Church’s decision to step back from engaging Shell via the $68 trillion Climate Action 100+ initiative. Last year over 40 Civil Society Organisations sent a letter on the topic to the Archbishop of Canterbury, […]

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