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Divest Princeton is a coalition of students, faculty, and alumni calling on Princeton University to #divest its endowment from fossil fuel companies and reinvest responsibly.​


On May 27, 2021 Princeton pledged endowment neutrality (but with no deadline) & divestment from coal & tar sands. But the IEA says no new investments in fossil fuels. The world needs real divestment, time frames & transparency. In the face of a climate crisis, Princeton must do more. This is a historic victory for activists at Princeton but it is just the start. We look forward to seeing this announcement translated into meaningful divestment and dissociation from the companies that brought us to this point. No #greenwashing. Until then, we will organize!


Read our full statement here.


No donations until divestment.

Join current and future alumni who pledge to withhold donations until Princeton divests from fossil fuels.* Click the button below to sign.

*If you would still like to support higher education, try these organizations recommended by Princeton alumni working in the field.


Add your voice to the  endorsements from a rapidly growing number of students, alumni, faculty, staff, parents, members of the local community and climate justice leaders who have called on Princeton to divest from fossil fuels. 


Submit your endorsement here!


There are many ways to help lead the push for divestment. 

Tell your friends to sign too - use our template email here. Use our "Divestment Elevator Pitch".

Have some time?  help us organize, research, produce graphics and video, host an event, write an article, and more. Email us to sign up for our weekly meetings and Slack.

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Browse position statements and other official documents here, along with media coverage from The Daily Princetonian, Princeton Alumni WeeklyTown Topics, and more. 

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An important criteria in recommending divestment is widespread support among the Princeton community. Send an email to President Eisgruber, the Resources Committee, and the Board of Trustees to show your support for divestment. Feel free to use our email templates. Your voice matters!

Check out some of the other universities that have fully or partially divested from fossil fuels. Over 1,000 institutions (worth roughly $14 trillion in assets) have already stepped up. Why not Princeton?


See a full list of divested institutions at Fossil Free.

​Whether you are a current undergraduate or graduate student, an alum, a faculty or staff member, or a parent of a student, we need your help!


Read more to find out the many ways you can take action, both on-campus and off.

On February 13, 2020 (Fossil Fuel Divestment Day), Divest Princeton formally submitted a proposal to the Council of the Princeton University Community (CPUC) Resources Committee, petitioning the University to divest from fossil fuel. Read the proposal in its entirety.

Have questions about divestment? You're not alone!

Check out our list of frequently asked questions, and find out everything you need to know. Find articles for further reading

A timeline of the campaign at Princeton can be found here.