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Berlin’s parliament voted Thursday to pull its money out of coal, gas and oil companies.

The new investment policy, part of the German capital’s goal of completely weaning off carbon by 2050, will force the city’s pension fund — worth $852.8 million, or €750 million — to divest from shares of German oil giants RWE and E.ON, as well as the French behemoth Total.

Read the article on the Huffington Post.

Photo credit: Davis Staedtler (Flickr)

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