Fossil Free SA past rolling research April 2017–April 2018

These are some of the links and articles we attempt to integrate into our work and communications. Items are dated by when they came to our attention, not necessarily by date of publication. In future, we'll aim to publish these month by month. April 2018 NY Times: How More Carbon Dioxide Can Make Food Less …

August research links

Our work involves ongoing research into divestment, investment, climate change, the energy transition (or lack thereof), and related issues. Henceforth, we'll be publishing these each month as a list of links. You can locate all past research under its own category tag. Global Gas Lock-in. Bridge to nowhere http://www.rosalux.eu/publications/global-gas-lock-in-bridge-to-nowhere/ NY Times: How much hotter is …

Spotlight 13 August: Des D’Sa wants an end to the use of fossil fuels for our present and future

Des D'Sa, his family, and community have long-suffered the direct health impacts of fossil fuel processing and the terrible tactics used by some corporates against activists. He's calling for an end to our use of fossil fuels, to stop their terrible impacts on human and planetary health. See his Facebook post here. https://twitter.com/FossilFreeSA/status/1028975168922812416 https://www.instagram.com/p/Bma3unZFHBa

Robert Armstrong: A South African fossil fuel divestment story

I work in the natural & organic retail industry, where we promote and offer products we believe lead to a healthy lifestyle. Our aim is to provide products and services that are healthy for people as well as for the planet. To do this, we try to source organically farmed or naturally sourced products, and …

Spotlight 25 July: Bishop Geoff Davies is calling for a secure, fossil fuel-free future in SA

To promote our Amandla.mobi petition calling on South African asset managers to support fossil fuel-free funds, we've launched a social media campaign on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram spotlighting some of the people and organisations that support this call. Wednesday's posts featured Bishop Geoff Davies of the Anglican Church and Southern African Faith Communities Environment Institute. …