Harvard Heat Week
A week of action calling on Harvard University to divest from fossil fuels
Students, faculty, alumni, and members of the Harvard community came together April 12th —17th to speak out for climate justice, learn from one another, and take principled action. The climate crisis leaves no room for neutrality — together, we’re telling Harvard to stand on the right side of history.
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Headlines & News Coverage
Former Undergraduate Council President: What Happened Behind Divest Harvard Closed Doors — TIME
Divest From Fossil Fuels Movement Explodes Across the U.S. — EcoWatch
Cornel West warns of ‘Planetary Selma’ at Harvard fossil fuel divestment protest —The Guardian
Harvard Students Expand Blockade Calling for School to Divest from Fossil Fuels — Democracy Now!
With University’s Carbon Footprint Exposed, Harvard’s ‘Heat Week’ Gets Hotter — Common Dreams
Harvard’s $36 billion endowment may have a 100-million-ton carbon footprint — Mashable
Harvard Students Block Campus Building To Push Fossil Fuel Divestment — NPR