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2016-03-24 12:16:00

ROCKEFELLERS SELLS OIL ASSETS

ROCKEFELLERS SELLS OIL ASSETS

THE GUARDIAN - A charitable fund of the Rockefeller family – who are sitting on a multibillion-dollar oil fortune – has said it will withdraw all its investments from fossil fuel companies.

The Rockefeller Family Fund, a charity set up in 1967 by descendants of John D Rockefeller, said on Wednesday that it would divest from all fossil fuel holdings "as quickly as possible".

The fund, which was founded by Martha, John, Laurance, Nelson and David Rockefeller, singled…

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