United Church Funds has improved its Beyond Fossil Fuel Fund offerings in order to increase impact and meet the desires of UCF’s current and potential investors.
UCF is one of 62 institutional investors calling on the SEC to require better climate risk disclosure by fossil fuel companies. As sustainable and climate-friendly sources of energy become more available and desirable, the current business model being used by … Continue »
United Church Funds is proud to announce the launch of its Beyond Fossil Fuels Fund — a domestic core equity fund free of investments in US companies producing or exploring for fossil fuels. With an initial commitment of $21 million … Continue »
Responding to the desire of many of its investors for a fund free of fossil fuel companies, United Church Funds will open its new Beyond Fossil Fuels Fund with $20 million from committed investors around the United Church of Christ. Initially a … Continue »
UCF and the PBUCC have together invested $20 million in Green Bonds as part of the fixed income portfolio, furthering UCF’s commitment to a low-carbon economy.
UCF is encouraged by the support UCC investors are showing through their financial commitments to the Beyond Fossil Fuels Fund. Already at $18 million (an increase from $16 million at time of publication), a commitment of $20 million will allow UCF to offer … Continue »
On the anniversary of General Synod’s historic fossil fuels resolution, UCF is pleased to announce plans towards the Beyond Fossil Fuels Fund — a new fund free of fossil fuel companies! Read the full story here.
UCF’s Investment Committee met in New York on June 16 to review the portfolio’s performance and discuss development of two new fund options for investors. Fund Free of Fossil Fuels Furthering UCF’s commitment to the General Synod fossil fuels resolution, … Continue »
Shareholder engagement with Occidental Petroleum Corporation (Oxy) and Archer Daniels Midland is among the recent actions UCF has taken in its work around the fossil fuels resolution.
Joe Keefe President and CEO of Pax World Mgmt, and Pax World Funds provides a broad discussion around climate change, arguing that neither engagement nor divestment alone are sufficient and that a carbon tax is necessary. Read the article here.