Fossil Fuel Free

To avoid the most catastrophic effects of climate change, we need to revoke the fossil fuel industry’s “social license” to continue to operate business as usual.

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The climate crisis poses an unprecedented threat to humanity, and many of us are already beginning to experience its repercussions. 

To stave off even more disastrous consequences, it is clear that we must reduce our fossil fuel consumption and transition to a clean energy economy. 

A growing number of investors understand that the fossil fuel industry’s business model is incompatible with what scientists are telling us we must do to slow global warming. That’s why we’re working to convince more investors to help create a fossil fuel-free future by divesting from the companies that are destroying our planet.

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Protecting our natural environment is our human responsibility. We don't own nature—we're a part of it. The solutions are out there. The first step is to call our elected officials in Harrisburg and Washington, D.C. Let them know we'll vote them out if they don't act now. Martha Morgan, Member, PennEnvironment

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