The argument for divesting from fossil fuels is becoming overwhelming

The world has much more coal, oil and gas in the ground than it can safely burn. That much is physics. 
Anyone studying the question with an open mind will almost certainly come to a similar conclusion: if we and our children are to have a reasonable chance of living stable and secure lives 30 or so years from now, according to one recent study 80% of the known coal reserves will have to stay underground, along with half the gas and a third of the oil reserves.

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