Blue & Green Daily: Monday 23 February headlines
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23 February headlines
Harvard’s star alumni urge week of protests on fossil fuels
Actress Natalie Portman, environmentalist Robert Kennedy Jr, and other high profile Harvard University alumni are calling for demonstration to urge divestment from fossil fuels. Bloomberg.
MPs criticise Ofgem for failure over energy network pricing
The UK’s energy market regulator has been criticised by MPs for failing to keep energy network costs down, thus contributing to higher gas and electricity bills for consumers. Financial Times.
Global ‘green club’ of companies will fight climate change and poverty
One of Britain’s leading environmental entrepreneurs, Jeremy Leggett, is setting up a “club” of companies that will reserve 5% of their profits for causes that fight climate change and alleviate global poverty. Independent.
UK on track to meets its renewable energy targets
The UK is on track to meet its renewables energy goals, with wind power substituting for gas and coals use and driving down greenhouse gas emissions, according to new analyses. Guardian.
Deutsche Bank seeks to buy $1 billion in green bonds
Deutsche Bank said it’s working to boost its investment in green bonds to €1 billion, joining competitors including Citigroup and Barclays in tapping profit from the quickly growing market. Bloomberg.
Oil industry cannot accept possibility of a decline in demand – Financial Times
Young investors aim to make money responsibly – Catholic Register
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