Blue & Green Daily: Wednesday 15 April headlines
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15 April headlines
Norway oil fund begins policy of revealing how it votes
Norway’s $880 billion oil fund will on Wednesday usher in a new era of corporate governance when it begins to disclose in advance how it will vote at companies’ shareholder meetings. Financial Times.
Harvard divestment campaigners gear up for a week of action
Campaigners at Harvard University are beginning a week of direct action on campus to increase pressure on the institution to divest from fossil fuels. Guardian.
Dutch government taken to court on climate change
Campaigners in the Netherlands are taking the government to court for allegedly failing to protect its citizens from climate change. BBC.
Gatwick oil gusher claims ‘wildly optimistic’ warns expert
A respected oil and gas expert has slammed claims made by entrepreneur David Lenigas that 100 billion of oil lies under the South of England as “wildly optimistic” and “misleading”. Telegraph.
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