The National Trust has announced plans to divest its Â£1bn investment portfolio from fossil fuels, in a bid to play its role in tackling climate change. The charity, which holds over 612,000 acres of land in the UK, has said it will divest from fossil fuels within the next three years. It currently holds around Â£45m in fossil fuels.
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