Nuclear policies impact Global Peace Index 2019 rankings

Nuclear policies impact Global Peace Index 2019 rankings

The Global Peace Index 2019 rankings, released earlier this month, demonstrate that ‘Global peacefulness has improved for the first time in five years,’ but that for most of the countries possessing nuclear weapons their level of peace remains far below the global...
City Councillors propose nuclear weapons divestment for New York City

City Councillors propose nuclear weapons divestment for New York City

Move the Nuclear Weapons Money welcomes the initiative of New York City Council members Daniel Dromm, Helen Rosenthal and Ben Kallos to call on New York City to divest from companies involved in the production of nuclear weapons, and to reaffirm New York City as a...
Charlotteville City divests from fossil fuel and weapons industries

Charlotteville City divests from fossil fuel and weapons industries

Move the Nuclear Weapons Money welcomes the decision by the United States city of Charlottesville, Virginia on June 3, 2019 to end investments of its all operating budget fund in weapons and fossil fuel companies (See Charlottesville City Council Votes to Divest From...
International conference on investing for a sustainable future

International conference on investing for a sustainable future

Money makes the world go around Cabaret by Christopher Isherwood The nuclear weapons and fossil fuel industries are making billions – if not trillions – of dollars fostering a nuclear arms race and destroying the climate. They have a vested financial interest in...
Retiring one Trident missile could ensure UN does not run out of cash

Retiring one Trident missile could ensure UN does not run out of cash

Move the Nuclear Weapons Money has called for re-allocation of a portion of nuclear weapons budgets to assist the UN cash crisis. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres last week warned member states and UN staff that the United Nations is $140 million short of its...
Fossil fuel, nuclear and weapons divestment policies in Göttingen

Fossil fuel, nuclear and weapons divestment policies in Göttingen

World Future Council press release: The University of Göttingen (Germany) announced on July 17, 2017 that they will end all investments in fossil fuel and nuclear energy industries. The move follows an appeal from students of the university organised by Fossil Free...