NYC moving towards nuclear weapon divestment

This week, the New York City Council introduced a package of legislation on…

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Santa Barbara California adds its voice against nuclear weapon investments

On 18 June 2019, the city of Santa Barbara, California officially endorsed the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (UN Ban Treaty) and voiced its opposition to the investment of city resources in companies associated with nuclear weapon production.

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Midlothian Council (UK) calls on local pension fund to divest

The Midlothian Council unanimously adopted a resolution last week calling on…

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Shorting our security- Financing the companies that make nuclear weapons

Who is trying to profit from weapons of mass destruction?  Our new report: Shorting our security- Financing the companies that make nuclear weapons provides the answer. Read more

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West Dunbartonshire Council calls for nuclear weapons divestment

West Dunbartonshire Council, located close to Glasgow in Scotland, last week adopted two resolutions supporting the Treaty on the Prohibition on Nuclear…

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Renfrewshire Council resolution on nuclear weapons divestment

Congratulations to Renfrewshire Council for their resolution urging Strathclyde Pension Fund to divest of its substantial investments in companies involved in the construction and development of nuclear weapons. Read more

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Producing mass destruction: Private companies and the nuclear weapons industry

The new report, “Producing mass destruction: Private companies and the nuclear weapons industry” illustrates the relationship between the commercial…

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Shareholder Action: Honeywell International

Today, US campaigner Vicki Elson participated in the Honeywell International Shareholder meeting. Honeywell is deeply involved in the US nuclear arsenal….

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Calling the bombs back?

Boeing is working on a project that would allow intercontinental ballistic missiles to self-destruct once they’ve already been launched. Read more

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Swedish Pension Fund AP4 & AP1 announce change in policy

Swedish Pension Fund AP 4 announced on 15 January 2019 that it would no longer hold shares in companies associated with the production of nuclear weapons….

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