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What Will It Take for Princeton to Finally Take Bold Climate Action?
After Harvard and Dartmouth’s divestments. Princeton remains one of the few remaining Ivies still invested in the fossil fuel industry
October 14, 2021
The Fossil Fuel Industry Is Holding Up the Democratic Agenda
Party leaders are caving to corporate pressure and ceding ground on an already dangerously low budget proposal.
September 15, 2021
Progressive Democrats Set Out to Defund the Fossil Fuel Industry
A new bill seeks to protect both the climate and the economy.
September 14, 2021
How Students Pressured Harvard to Divest From Fossil Fuels– and Won
Climate activists at other institutions can learn from Fossil Fuel Divest Harvard after their victory at the world’s richest university.
May 7, 2021
Climate Justice Is About More Than Just Fossil Fuels
A true commitment to climate justice is much broader: It necessarily entails building local resilience to climate impacts.
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April 8, 2021
Harvard’s Fossil Fuel Investments Aren’t Just Immoral — They’re Illegal, Too
If it’s wrong to destroy our futures, then it’s wrong for our universities to invest in that destruction.
December 22, 2020
You Can Refuse to Work for Fossil Fuel Companies—These Law Students Show How
“We should all disagree with a business model that condemns future generations to disaster and displacement.”
December 16, 2020
How to Defeat the Fossil Fuel Industry
Making it harder to build more pipelines and gas-powered plants will help make the Green New Deal and a livable planet so much more possible.
June 5, 2020
We Cannot Postpone Climate Talks Until 2021
Lawmakers need to wake up: Climate change and the injustices it generates won’t break for Covid-19. So the United Nations Climate Change Conference can’t, either.
March 10, 2020
What Does Work Look Like on a Dying Planet?
Students, promised a bright and successful future after college, are being fast-tracked into corporate careers, usually without a second thought about the value of their work in a climate emergency.