Churches go green

Churches are hardly known as leaders of change, but even that perspective may become outdated. The World Council of Churches (WCC)—the governing body that represents 345 member churches in over 100 countries—added fossil fuels to the list of morally objectionable industries it no longer supports. Members of the WCC, like the Church of England, hold substantial investments in companies in the fossil fuel industry.

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Churches go green

Churches are hardly known as leaders of change, but even that perspective may become outdated. The World Council of Churches (WCC)—the governing body that represents 345 member churches in over 100 countries—added fossil fuels to the list of morally objectionable industries it no longer supports. Members of the WCC, like the Church of England, hold substantial investments in companies in the fossil fuel industry.

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