Br Stephen Power SJ

The Jesuits in Britain have joined a coalition of asset owners, asset managers and other finance industry stakeholders to express concern over reports that food boxes provided by the catering company, Chartwells, to the most disadvantaged families in the UK, are falling short of expectations. Chartwells is a subsidiary of the British multinational contract foodservice company, Compass Group, and in a joint open letter to Compass CEO, Dominic Blakemore, the coalition have called for...
Brother Stephen Power SJ, Chair of the Management Board for Jesuit Missions and Manager of the Jesuits in Britain’s ethical investment strategy, is working with a diverse group of 14 other institutional investors backing ShareAction’s call for HSBC to reduce its exposure to fossil fuels.Fifteen institutional investors, with a combined US $2.4 trillion in assets under management, have filed a climate change resolution at HSBC. The resolution, co-ordinated by responsible investment NGO ...
Bright Now is the campaign towards fossil-free churches. They would like to invite you to join a webinar series this autumn: ‘Catholic investment for an integral ecology’. The series is sponsored by Operation Noah, CAFOD, Global Catholic Climate Movement, the Catholic Impact Investing Collaborative, National Justice & Peace Network, Justice & Peace Scotland, Trocaire, Conference of Religious and the Association of Provincial Bursars.Part 1: Fossil fuel divestment: Accelerating...
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The Jesuits in Britain today expressed concern about President Trump’s decision to renege on the Paris Climate Agreement.The Jesuits in Britain are active members of the Church Investors Group - an ecumenical coalition of all the main church investors on issues to do with ethical investment.  As such we are also members of the Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change (IIGCC), the UK Sustainable Investment and Finance Association and the Charities Responsible Investment Network, all...