The Fossil Free SA 2018 ‘Spotlight’ campaign

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. Please share these posts with your followers.

20 July

Marshall Rinquest from African Climate Reality Project is ready to #DivestNow from fossil fuels and invest in renewables. Are you? Take action now and sign the petition: amandla.mobi/divest-now (link in bio). We really value your signature and will use this petition to push for real change. Marshall Rinquest is an African Climate Leader, and director of Greyton Transition Town, part of the Global Transition Town Movement. They seek to inspire and empower our local communities to work together to achieve sustainability and resilience. Fossil Free SA and nearly 20 other organisations are calling on SA’s top asset managers – Allan Gray, Coronation, Investec, Old Mutual, Sanlam and the Government Employees Pension Fund to help us use our savings and investments to stabilise the global climate and secure the health of our people! Everyone wants a safer society and environment. So do we. It’s time to #DivestNow!

A post shared by Fossil Free South Africa (@fossilfreesa) on

18 July

13 July

Melita Steele from @greenpeaceafrica is ready to #divestnow from Fossil Fuels. Are you? Then head to the link in our bio. Melita is a senior climate and energy campaign manager at Greenpeace. She’s driving the campaign for a just transition away from coal and nuclear and towards renewable energy. Fossil Free SA and nearly 20 other organisations are calling on SA’s top asset managers – Allan Gray, Coronation, Investec, Old Mutual, Sanlam and the Government Employees Pension Fund to help us use our savings and investments to stabilise the global climate and secure the health of our people! Everyone wants a safer society and environment. So do we. It’s time to #DivestNow! Sign our petition (link in bio). 📸: @neobaepi

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11 July

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