Roundtable: Do the recent UC elections and their subsequent results demonstrate that the UC is irrelevant on campus?
Denouncing the Undergraduate Council is callous and counterproductive.
Today we say to President Faust: Climate change is an “extraordinarily rare circumstance,” and it demands the extraordinary action of divestment.
We cannot rely solely on political pressure to weaken the industry and pass climate legislation.
People are finally realizing that society cannot continue to extract new forms of fossil fuels if they care at all about future generations on this planet.
As Americans experience more monster storms, droughts, and wildfires, the reckless practices of the fossil fuel industry will be challenged.
I acknowledge that our political system is broken and overrun with special interests. But there is a clear choice between President Obama and Governor Romney.
Divesting our endowment from fossil fuel corporations is not merely a logical response to the threat of global warming. It is the only moral response to a global human rights crisis and the only way to uphold the values of our Harvard community.
Phrases like “climate change” and “global warming” lose their meaning when repeated too often. But when global warming smacks you in the face, you suddenly realize that it’s real.
The enthusiasm aroused on Earth Day is not sustained and does not create meaningful change.
In light of recent debates over women’s rights and in honor of Women’s Week, I think we could all benefit from a hard a look at the subtle pervasiveness of masculine language in our discourse that even most feminists subconsciously perpetuate.
From any position on political spectrum, ending fossil fuel subsidies should be a policy to support.
Humanity has the tools to maintain a high-quality of life and live within ecological limits.
Each country has unique economic challenges, values, traditions, and norms, and each is affected by climate change in a different way. One treaty cannot encompass the diverse qualities and needs of every country.
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