“The orange square has become the symbol of divestment, so we thought it would be powerful to put one in the quad for each faculty member who signed our letter.”
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Divestment isn’t a panacea for climate change, but it’s a great place to start.
Administration says it wants more conversation on divestment.
Administration’s efforts toward openness fall short.
Anti-divestment defeatism misses the point.
Argument for divestment at odds with the facts.
SFCC, UChicago’s fossil fuel divestment campaign, answers Zimmer’s call for more concrete argument.
Stop Funding Climate Change plans to release its report on fossil fuel divestment within three weeks.
Divestment may have short-term consequences, but it will pay off in the future.
SFCC plans to spend the summer working on a proposal that will flesh out the argument behind the climate change referendum which received support from 70 percent of voting students.
Passage of divestment referendum shows student desire for University that values environment more than illusion of neutrality.
Students should support investment referendum if they favor productive dialogue on social responsibility.
The campaign’s leaders learned from the 2011 referendum to establish a Socially Responsible Investment Committee.