ENDORSEMENTS

Students, alumni, campus organizations, faculty, staff, and other friends and community supporters have called on Princeton to fully divest from fossil fuels.

Collected through end 2021.

Disclaimer: This is a list of people and organizations who support the demands laid out in our divestment proposal. Divest Princeton does not endorse any individual or group; any views they express are their own.

 

friends and supporters

Our Revolution Trenton Mercer
Our Revolution Trenton Mercer

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Bill McKibben. Author, Educator, Environmentalist
Bill McKibben. Author, Educator, Environmentalist

"Princeton’s divestment would send the strongest possible message: it’s time to start bringing down the curtain on the fossil fuel age, and speeding the transition to what comes next. Institutions with long and storied pasts need to place themselves on the right side of the future!"

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Divest New Jersey Coalition
Divest New Jersey Coalition

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Leah Stokes, Assistant Professor of Poli
Leah Stokes, Assistant Professor of Poli

Universities across the world are leading by example and divesting from fossil fuels. Given how poorly this sector is doing, financially it also makes sense. Princeton should join this movement and divest from fossil fuels.

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Dr. Jane Goodall, DBE, founder of the Jane Goodall Institute and UN Messenger of Peace
Dr. Jane Goodall, DBE, founder of the Jane Goodall Institute and UN Messenger of Peace
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Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson, Marine biologist, policy expert, writer
Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson, Marine biologist, policy expert, writer

It is absurd and reckless that Princeton hasn't yet divested from fossil fuels. This failure calls into question the university's legacy of academic rigor, given that it brushes aside robust scientific analysis about the horrifying world on the horizon if we fail to act boldly.

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Michael D. Tubbs
Michael D. Tubbs
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Dr. Katharine Wilkinson, Climate Leader.
Dr. Katharine Wilkinson, Climate Leader.

No university should help keep in business the very system that is bankrupting students’ futures. It's simply not right. It's also not wise investing. Step up and lead, Princeton.

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Rockefeller Brothers Fund
Rockefeller Brothers Fund

“Foundations, universities, and other institutions with significant endowments have an important role to play in ending reliance on fossil fuels. We can send signals to the market and plant aspirational flags for investors to rally around. We endorse Divest Princeton’s call to for the university to divest from fossil fuels and move toward a more just and sustainable future.”

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350NJ-Rockland
350NJ-Rockland

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Alexandria Villaseñor, Founder, Founder of @earth_uprising
Alexandria Villaseñor, Founder, Founder of @earth_uprising

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Students for Environmental Awareness Rutgers
Students for Environmental Awareness Rutgers

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Sid Madison, Divestment activist
Sid Madison, Divestment activist

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Ted Glick
Ted Glick

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Barbara Pal, Divest New Jersey
Barbara Pal, Divest New Jersey

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Tina Weishaus
Tina Weishaus
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Frank Geels,Professor of System Innovation and Sustainability, University of Manchester
Frank Geels,Professor of System Innovation and Sustainability, University of Manchester

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Earth Uprising International
Earth Uprising International

Earth Uprising stands in solidarity with Divest Princeton and supports their calls for Princeton University to divest from fossil fuels and to reinvest in renewable energy. As an educational institution, Princeton has been tasked with preparing young people for our futures. Yet by refusing to divest from fossil fuels, Princeton supports the very industry that threatens the futures of their students.

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Kevin J. Patel, Environmental justice acti
Kevin J. Patel, Environmental justice acti

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Richard B. Stewart, Professor of Law, NYU
Richard B. Stewart, Professor of Law, NYU

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an important step for the transition to carbon neutrality.

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Stockton University Environmental Club
Stockton University Environmental Club

Princeton MUST divest from fossil fuels. If the university wants to continue teaching students them having a planet to live on is an important box to check off to make that happen.

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Fossil Free Presbyterian Church
Fossil Free Presbyterian Church

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Alliance of Jewish Progressives
Alliance of Jewish Progressives

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Rev. Casey Aldridge, Princeton Theological Seminary '20
Rev. Casey Aldridge, Princeton Theological Seminary '20

As a local youth pastor and member of the movement to divest the Presbyterian Church (USA) from fossil fuels, I know that divestment is but a first step. But I also know that neither Princeton nor the church can legitimately claim to serve its young people while profiting off of an industry that makes its money via death and ecological devastation.

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Center for Coalfield Justice
Center for Coalfield Justice

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Climate Justice Cornell
Climate Justice Cornell

Princeton must follow Cornell University's lead in the long overdue call to divest from fossil fuels.

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Yale Forward
Yale Forward

All universities, including both Yale and Princeton, should align their governance with their values as institutions to address social, racial, and environmental justice, starting with the ethical management of their endowments. Yale Forward supports Divest Princeton.

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Labyrinth Books
Labyrinth Books

As the West Coast burns, we are reminded of the absolute urgency of drastically limiting our collective reliance on fossil fuels in order to mitigate the worst of present and future climate catastrophes. Labyrinth Books joins the many Princeton voices urging the University to divest from fossil fuels and invest, rather, in renewable energies. The world that today’s students will inherit depends on making these kinds of hard choices today.

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Bayard Rustin Center for Social Justice
Bayard Rustin Center for Social Justice

Our Bayard Rustin Center for Social Justice is honored to support Divest Princeton’s proposal for Princeton University to divest from fossil fuels which affects our environment at this very moment & even moreso into the future. As members of the Princeton community, we call upon Princeton University to take strong, meaningful, & immediate action to mitigate climate change for ourselves & our children. We thank you for your consideration of this important action.

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Divest Harvard
Divest Harvard
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Coalition for Peace Action
Coalition for Peace Action

We endorse the Divest Princeton campaign, as an advocacy non-profit doing grassroots organizing in Princeton and beyond for 40 years. Our No Wars, No Warming campaign (see peacecoalition.org) expresses our fundamental belief in the reallocation of resources to a green future, and divesting from fossil fuels falls directly in line with that vision. We stand behind the Divest Princeton movement!

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Juanjo Martinb, President of Cverde NGO,
Juanjo Martinb, President of Cverde NGO,

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Humanities Hearts
Humanities Hearts

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Lochlann Jain, Professor of Anthropology
Lochlann Jain, Professor of Anthropology

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Khushbu Patel, Rutgers '23
Khushbu Patel, Rutgers '23
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Whole Earth Center
Whole Earth Center

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Harvard Forward
Harvard Forward

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Andrea Jiminez, Rutgers '22
Andrea Jiminez, Rutgers '22

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Theresa Rose Sebastian,  Indian/Irish climate activist
Theresa Rose Sebastian, Indian/Irish climate activist

As an educational institution, Princeton has the responsibility to protect and care for their students. Unless they divest, they are breaking their responsibility to care for their students. Siding with Big Oil is immediately destroying your students' future. I ask you Princeton, to divest NOW!

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John Paul Jose, climate activist, India
John Paul Jose, climate activist, India

It's disgusting that institutes that are, and should be, showing paths to a sustainable and equitable future are clinging to proponents of nature's destruction. It's difficult for a university which teaches the science and accepts scientific research to also accept the science of climate crisis as well. We are running out of time and everyone should act now. When the entire student and faculty community demands it, it should be happen.

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Eyal Weintraub, Global Climate Strike, Argentina
Eyal Weintraub, Global Climate Strike, Argentina

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice

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Stephen Mulkey, Ph.D
Stephen Mulkey, Ph.D

I led the effort for first college to divest. Divestment is a moral obligation. The mission of higher education is the maintenance and renewal of civilization. It is morally indefensible to simultaneous invest in its destruction.

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Heather Ferris, Climate Activist
Heather Ferris, Climate Activist

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Karin Kirk
Karin Kirk

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels for two reasons. First, fossil fuel companies are losing value rapidly. Don't let Princeton's assets shrink in value - there are many better investments to make. Secondly, Princeton has no business fanning the flames of a global crisis. You should be striving to solve problems, not making them worse!

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Gregg Servheen
Gregg Servheen

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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 Mark Z. Jacobson, Stanford
Mark Z. Jacobson, Stanford

Universities should avoid all conflicts of interest with and support of fossil fuel companies.

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Ploy Achakulwisut
Ploy Achakulwisut

We’re in a race against time to save ourselves and future generations from the worst impacts of climate change, and Princeton needs to decide what is more “right” between continuing to lend their social license to the fossil fuel industry or divesting from them.

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Mikael Wolfe
Mikael Wolfe

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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John McAndrew
John McAndrew

I once aspired to attend, and have always held Princeton in the highest esteem. Please lead on divesting from fossil fuels. And please use your reputation in the sciences and humanities to help the world find a way to a more humane, brilliant future. With great respect.

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campus organizations

 
WPRB Radio
WPRB Radio

The WPRB Student board has decided to affirmatively endorse Divest Princeton's cause.

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Nassau Weekly
Nassau Weekly

In the interest of ensuring a livable future for the generations to come, we at the Nass call on the University by way of its resource committee, its Board of Trustees, and our University President to conduct an immediate and complete divestment from all fossil fuels. Until it does so, it will continue to cede all moral and intellectual authority in the face of its decisive inaction on the defining global issue of our time.

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Policy Student Government - SPIA Graduate Students
Policy Student Government - SPIA Graduate Students

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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The 144th Editorial Board of the Daily Princetonian
The 144th Editorial Board of the Daily Princetonian

Princeton should not be in the business of promoting and legitimating these companies’ endeavors to wreak havoc on our climate. While more must be done to combat the damage of fossil fuel companies, the Board believes that divestment is an important first step.

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Camp Kesem Princeton
Camp Kesem Princeton

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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PSURF
PSURF

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Princeton Progressives
Princeton Progressives

Princeton Progressives (PPro) supports Divest Princeton because climate change is the existential crisis of our time, and investments in businesses that promote use of fossil fuels contribute to rather than help solve this enormous threat to the health of our planet and its inhabitants. In addition, Princeton University needs to show moral leadership on this issue because of its status as a world class research institution.

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Princeton Pre-Law Society
Princeton Pre-Law Society

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Princeton Students Against Policing
Princeton Students Against Policing

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Princeton Club Field Hockey
Princeton Club Field Hockey
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The Princeton Progressive
The Princeton Progressive

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels, unfreeze hiring and salary increases, and rehire subcontracted workers.

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Terrace Club
Terrace Club

Terrace supports Divest Princeton in their call for Princeton to divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice. We recognize the role that fossil fuels play in perpetuating environmental damage, racism & inequality in order to direct the future of environmental activism. The impacts of climate change have disproportionately affected the lives of People of Color, & focusing our efforts on renewable energy will be crucial in order to build a more equitable future.

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eXpressions Dance Company
eXpressions Dance Company

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Brazil Society
Brazil Society

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Princeton University Wildcats
Princeton University Wildcats

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Princeton Triangle Club
Princeton Triangle Club

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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The Nassau Literary Review
The Nassau Literary Review

Nass Lit is committed to a creative practice that insists on compassion for the world, interrogates structures of injustice, and expands ways of thinking, so as to imagine better ways of living. Therefore, Nass Lit enthusiastically supports divestment. Institutions cannot pretend to support progressive change while financing environmental destruction. It's time for Princeton to help make this generation's vision of a world without the fossil fuel industry a reality.

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Princeton Mock Trial
Princeton Mock Trial

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Our Health Matters
Our Health Matters

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Princeton University Players
Princeton University Players

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Greening Dining
Greening Dining

Greening Dining stands in solidarity with Divest Princeton. We cannot claim to care about food sustainability without recognizing that it is part of a much larger battle against climate change. Similarly, Princeton cannot claim to be committed to climate action without acknowledging the role fossil fuel investments play in perpetuating environmental damage and inequality.

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Princeton UNA-USA
Princeton UNA-USA

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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The Princeton Nassoons
The Princeton Nassoons

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Princeton Students Against Gerrymanderin
Princeton Students Against Gerrymanderin

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Theatre Intime
Theatre Intime

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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The Princeton Footnotes
The Princeton Footnotes

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Tiger Trends
Tiger Trends

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Princeton Students for Reproductive Just
Princeton Students for Reproductive Just

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Princeton University Ballet
Princeton University Ballet

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Princeton Environmental Activism Coalition
Princeton Environmental Activism Coalition

The Princeton Environmental Activism Coalition supports divestment from fossil fuels because we believe that action to slow and stop climate change now is crucial. While it might be costly now, the future impacts of climate change will be far more costly, in both dollars and lives, especially those of Black and Indigenous People of Color. We as current students will be left to deal with the impacts of climate change at the height of our careers. Right now, as student activists, we should not be

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Princeton Conservation Society
Princeton Conservation Society

Princeton Conservation Society stands for Princeton's total divestment from fossil fuels. We understand that divesting from fossil fuels and transitioning to renewable energy will be crucial in securing a safe and more equitable future for all, and are dedicated to accelerating this process.

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SPEAR - Students for Prison Education & Reform
SPEAR - Students for Prison Education & Reform

Students for Prison Education and Reform (SPEAR) fully supports and endorses Divest Princeton. We believe that Princeton’s investment portfolio must reflect the stated values of the university, and it cannot do so until it commits to divestment from fossil fuels.

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Princeton Student Climate Initiative
Princeton Student Climate Initiative

The Princeton Student Climate Initiative recognizes the urgency of the climate crisis and believes that Princeton University has an obligation to invest responsibly with this urgency in mind. Fossil fuel investments are not only risky but perpetuate a reliance on carbon-intensive pathways towards catastrophic warming. We are joining Divest Princeton in calling on Princeton University to divest from fossil fuels. Our lives, as members of the youngest generation, depend on it.

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Princeton Democrats
Princeton Democrats

The Princeton College Democrats stand with Divest Princeton in demanding that the University divest from fossil fuels. Climate change poses an existential threat to our planet. It is already estimated to cause hundreds of thousands of deaths each year, with communities of color at especially high risk. Today, over a third of climate-change-causing emissions come from just 20 fossil fuel companies. To truly stand in the service of humanity, Princeton must divest from these companies.

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Princeton Students for Immigrant Empower
Princeton Students for Immigrant Empower

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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PSGE - Princeton Students for Gender Equality
PSGE - Princeton Students for Gender Equality

In the fight for gender equality in our community, our nation, and our globe, we cannot stand idly by when environmental degradation destroys social, economic, political, and cultural opportunities for all genders. For these large problems, it is vital for powerful institutions to act while they still wield the ability to affect change. Princeton must divest from fossil fuels.

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Princeton Against Gun Violence
Princeton Against Gun Violence

We cannot claim to be in “the nation’s service and the service of humanity” while continuing to invest in fossil fuel industries. It is no secret that their continuous exploitation of our environment has had and will continue to have devastating effects on our communities. Only through divestment can Princeton University prove that it is indeed invested in creating a better and more sustainable future for all.

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Princeton Indigenous Advocacy Coalition.
Princeton Indigenous Advocacy Coalition.

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Queer Graduate Caucus
Queer Graduate Caucus

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice

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Princeton Women's Club Basketball
Princeton Women's Club Basketball

Members of Princeton Women's Club Basketball support Divest Princeton's campaign for immediate action to mitigate climate change by the University. Climate change is an existential threat to us all, no matter who we are or where we're from, but it affects first and foremost low income and historically marginalized populations. We join the WNBA and Divest Princeton in calling for action and encourage others to do the same.

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Letters to Strangers
Letters to Strangers

Letters to Strangers supports Divest Princeton and their campaign demanding the University's divestment from fossil fuels. Climate change affects our mental and physical health and in order to ameliorate the problems plaguing our world, we must stand together in the face of adversity.

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Mental Health Initiative
Mental Health Initiative
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Princeton Garden Project
Princeton Garden Project

Princeton has a moral responsibility to divest from fossil fuels, especially given that the majority of harm from climate change falls on the Global South and communities of color. The University cannot claim to work "In the Service of Humanity" while being financially complicit in a problem that threatens the sustainability of our collective future.

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Natives at Princeton
Natives at Princeton

Violence towards Native and Indigenous peoples are perpetuated by the extractive industries that bear down on our homelands, continuing impacts of colonialism, racism, and inequality.

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Change WWS Now
Change WWS Now

Change WWS Now stands in solidarity with Divest Princeton.

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Princeton Body Positivity
Princeton Body Positivity

Princeton Body Positivity stands behind Divest Princeton and its commitment to fossil fuel divestment. To address problems ranging from climate change to weight stigma, we need the courage to stand up against powerful corporations, challenge the status quo, and push for systemic change. Princeton cannot remain passive when these issues threaten the safety and well being of so many individuals.

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alumni

 
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Evan Warner '12
Evan Warner '12

The judgment of history will not be kind to the guardians of intellectual life who prioritized fundraising over a liveable future.

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Colin Webster '88
Colin Webster '88

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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James Moses '88
James Moses '88

For Princeton to be in the Nation's service, and the planet's, it must divest from its interests in fossil fuels. The University cannot both accept climate science and remain invested. The time is long past.

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Doug Kelbaugh '67
Doug Kelbaugh '67

Climate Change is the biggest kahuna to face humanity. We need to act immediately and aggressively.

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Rafael Grillo Avila '14
Rafael Grillo Avila '14

Building a sustainable future requires taking the capital we're investing in unsustainable practices and putting it towards sustainable ones.

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Michael Merlone '11
Michael Merlone '11

By continuing to invest in the fossil fuel industry, Princeton's endowment is part of the climate change problem. Put our money where your mouth is. Divest!

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Peter Sopher '11
Peter Sopher '11

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Kate Rose '01
Kate Rose '01

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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S. Cailey Hall '07
S. Cailey Hall '07

If Princeton wants to attempt to live up to its motto of being "in the nation's service and in the service of humanity," they need to divest from fossil fuels.

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Benjamin Oseroff '11
Benjamin Oseroff '11

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Mike Henchen '06
Mike Henchen '06

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Tommi Hurme '08
Tommi Hurme '08

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Marty Krasney '67
Marty Krasney '67

Princeton is not in the service of all nations or any present or future generations, as long as it is complicit in the proliferation of fossil fuels.

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Anna Zabel '19
Anna Zabel '19

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Cliff Eames'67
Cliff Eames'67

I'm a member of the Class of 1967 and I strongly support the Divest Princeton campaign. As a leading educational institution, acting responsibly, not allowing the ends to justify the means, and combating climate change should be a no brainer.

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Justin Poser '16
Justin Poser '16

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Luis Castro '88
Luis Castro '88

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Yoni Kirsch '16
Yoni Kirsch '16

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Trent Biggs '95
Trent Biggs '95

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Claudia Solis-Roman '11
Claudia Solis-Roman '11

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Cliff Whetung '13
Cliff Whetung '13

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Niklas Peters '11
Niklas Peters '11

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Joaquin Garcia '20
Joaquin Garcia '20

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Sidra Ahmad '20
Sidra Ahmad '20

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Tessa Kaneene '07
Tessa Kaneene '07
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Katharine Dunn '88
Katharine Dunn '88

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Kohei Noda '11
Kohei Noda '11

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Clarissa Hayward '88
Clarissa Hayward '88

Princeton has the resources and the ability to be a leader on climate justice. Divesting is an important first step in that direction.

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Charles D. Collins '88
Charles D. Collins '88

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Malavika Balachandran Tadeusz '12
Malavika Balachandran Tadeusz '12

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Aparna Raghu '18
Aparna Raghu '18

With Princeton celebrating all of the coursework, student groups, research, and initiatives focused on sustainability and environmental justice, it is hypocritical of Princeton to not divest from fossil fuels. I expect better from the school where I deepened my learning about and commitment to environmental and food justice from incredible peers and faculty working to advance these goals.

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Catherine Ivanovich '17
Catherine Ivanovich '17

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Justin Karfo '11
Justin Karfo '11

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Bryan Locascio
Bryan Locascio

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Ben Levenson '13
Ben Levenson '13

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Joshua Blaine '08
Joshua Blaine '08

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Emily Kraeck '17
Emily Kraeck '17

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Andrew Goldstein '06
Andrew Goldstein '06

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Jack Neus '20
Jack Neus '20

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Karen Wolfgang '06
Karen Wolfgang '06

It's time for every organization at every level to do its part to create the world we need, instead of continuing to support the world as it has been. Take a stand In the Nation's Service and the Service of Humanity.

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Marc Gavin '89
Marc Gavin '89

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Nicholas De Veaux '11
Nicholas De Veaux '11

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Steph Hill '10
Steph Hill '10

Divestment is an important measure of Princeton's commitment to a carbon-negative future and the decoupling of the economy from carbon and pollution intensive industries such as fossil fuels. Princeton is the academic home of brilliant environmental researchers and claims to be "in the service of all nations." It is vital that the university is not simultaneously financially benefiting from these destructive industries.

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Daniel Oscar '88
Daniel Oscar '88

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Amanda Blaine '03
Amanda Blaine '03

I’ve always felt torn about donating to Princeton. When I received the invitation to endorse divestment, I had a full body YES with no hesitation. Let’s invest in companies that are actively addressing the crisis we are in rather than burying our heads in the sand. Divestment is one step of many we need to take to address our societal and institutional legacy of exploitation of people and environment.

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Lauren Coleman '14
Lauren Coleman '14

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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John Wetenhall '11
John Wetenhall '11

Shifting our investment dollars is such an important lever in the race to address climate change, and it's time Princeton takes action.

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Eli Kimbell '20
Eli Kimbell '20

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Amy Mayer '88
Amy Mayer '88

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Morgan Blair Nelson '16
Morgan Blair Nelson '16

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Alexa Fredston-Hermann '12
Alexa Fredston-Hermann '12

My Princeton education prepared me for a career studying how climate change affects biodiversity, which is how I'm certain that my alma mater needs to divest from fossil fuels, NOW. Princeton's continued investment in fossil fuels violates its motto of being "in the service of humanity" and is an embarrassment to the alumni and campus communities.

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Matt Hale '11
Matt Hale '11

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Fernando Cazares '04
Fernando Cazares '04

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Thomas Jankovic '20
Thomas Jankovic '20

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Andrew Eil *GS
Andrew Eil *GS

I have committed myself personally and professionally to making sure our society invests its resources with an eye towards climate solutions. I look forward to the day in the near future when I can support Princeton again when it is aligned with these deeply held convictions.

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Monica Pless
Monica Pless

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Isabel Pike '11
Isabel Pike '11

Our natural world is buckling under the weight of climate change and the human suffering caused is not distributed equally. Princeton should divest from fossil fuels for the interest of its own students and alumni, but also those around the world whose lives are being devastated by climate change. Divestment is a moral imperative.

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Brian Rice '11
Brian Rice '11

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Claire Adair '19
Claire Adair '19

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Nathan Edgerton '07
Nathan Edgerton '07

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Matthew Hetrick '20
Matthew Hetrick '20

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Caaimanee Pandit '11
Caaimanee Pandit '11

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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David Foellinger '74
David Foellinger '74

The most precious thing in my life I see is my next cool breath of fresh air, but Mother Nature gives no guarantees so it’s time we all take care.

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Mary Batterman '20
Mary Batterman '20

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Susan McDowell Friedman '94
Susan McDowell Friedman '94

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as a critical first step towards climate justice. We have no time left to waste if we are to avert catastrophe -- we are already seeing the kinds of devastation extreme weather will bring as climate change accelerates unpredictable and extreme weather patterns. Princeton must invest in solutions, not problems.

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Peter Schmidt
Peter Schmidt

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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George Favaloro '81
George Favaloro '81

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Anastasia (Oldham) Fitz '10
Anastasia (Oldham) Fitz '10

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Dana Benedict-Wilson '09
Dana Benedict-Wilson '09

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Robert Tuschman '79
Robert Tuschman '79

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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John Bowers '67
John Bowers '67

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Kirk Emerson '73
Kirk Emerson '73

I support Princeton divesting its portfolio from fossil fuels.

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Rev. Jim Antal '72
Rev. Jim Antal '72

Leadership is what the world needs to unite humanity as we embrace our highest moral responsibility: to protect and restore our common home. Princeton has provided leadership and developed leaders for generations. None of that history will matter unless Princeton joins the hundreds of other institutions that have divested from fossil fuel corporations. Princeton should align all of its assets (faculty; curriculum; research; campus; endowment) to address the climate crisis.

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Jennifer Hirsch '88
Jennifer Hirsch '88

I have given to Princeton every year since I graduated. But our world is (LITERALLY) on fire, and there is no justification for continuing to invest in the sector that is responsible for so much of the problem. It pains me to withhold donations, but pains me much more to contemplate the end of our world.

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Myeong-Kyoo Cheong '14
Myeong-Kyoo Cheong '14

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Andrew Morrow '90
Andrew Morrow '90

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Gina Talt '15
Gina Talt '15

To mirror on-campus efforts to achieve carbon neutrality by 2046, Princeton needs to simultaneously begin to divest from fossil fuels in order to call attention to and address the structural changes needed for a just, clean-energy transition.

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Noah Mihan '19
Noah Mihan '19

Climate Change is the defining issue of our generation. As a scholarly institution, Princeton University knows that it is real and major action needs to be taken. When the year is 2050 and climate change has displaced millions of people, is Princeton going to be able to say that they led on this issue?

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Jacqueline Kellachan '87
Jacqueline Kellachan '87

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Sanjay Narayan
Sanjay Narayan

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Dan Fuchs '87
Dan Fuchs '87

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Katie Little '16
Katie Little '16

Princeton needs to quite literally put its money where its mouth is and divest from fossil fuels. This is an important step on the path toward climate justice and in the service of humanity's younger and future generations.

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Shira Abeles '00
Shira Abeles '00

I became a physician to promote health and well-being of patients and to work on improving health systems. We have to fundamentally change our systems to make them sustainable - so that caring for patients today does not harm the patients of tomorrow. Sustainability is paramount to our mission.

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Claire Woo '06
Claire Woo '06

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Alex Santos '19
Alex Santos '19

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Amy Bensted '05
Amy Bensted '05

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Abelardo Cruz '20
Abelardo Cruz '20

Climate change has and does disproportionately affect marginalized people. Princeton must stand with the populations it claims to serve and divest from fossil fuels.

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Benjamin Getraer '19
Benjamin Getraer '19

It will take risks and sacrifice to achieve climate justice. Princeton ought to lead by real and powerful example, rather than just checking off “Green” boxes in highly visible work on campus.

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Alan Southworth '14
Alan Southworth '14

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Rohit Gawande '11
Rohit Gawande '11

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Jack Leahey '17
Jack Leahey '17

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Cathy Kunkel '06
Cathy Kunkel '06

Princeton should join the hundreds of institutions that have responded to the urgency of the climate crisis by divesting from fossil fuels, a move that makes increasing financial sense as well.

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D. Verne Morland '74
D. Verne Morland '74

The managers of the Princeton endowment have a fiduciary responsibility to make responsible investments. That does not necessarily mean "maximize." When the fate of our planet is at stake, there are other companies that are doing well by doing good. Find them!

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Jeremy Nelson '20
Jeremy Nelson '20

All human ingenuity rests upon our relationship with the Earth. Princeton is nothing if that relationship fails. Divest, and bring us closer to our ecological salvation.

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Kenneth Davis '87
Kenneth Davis '87

I am a climate scientist. I measure the rapid accumulation of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, caused primarily by the burning of fossil fuels. Divesting from the fossil fuel industry is urgent and wise. This industry is a bad investment for Princeton and for the earth.

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Nourhan Ibrahim '20
Nourhan Ibrahim '20

Princeton must divest from fossil fuels as a critical step towards climate justice, and as a way to truly be in the service of humanity.

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Tom Leyden '77
Tom Leyden '77

Princeton should divest for two reasons, 1) we should not be supporting businesses that do widespreaed envrionmental harm, and, 2) it is no longer financially prudent to invest in obsolete and dying businesses especially when there are clear and better alternatives

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Jayson Saleet '20
Jayson Saleet '20

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Naomi Williams
Naomi Williams

I live in Sacramento. Like millions of Californians, and indeed, everyone on the West Coast, this summer I had to endure, on top of pandemic, weeks of wildfire-poisoned air. Annual fire seasons seem to be our new “normal,” but scientists say no: it’s going to get worse. We need major structural change to halt climate change. Princeton can make a difference. That’s why I’ve added my name to Divest Princeton.

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Natasha Thomas '20
Natasha Thomas '20

It should be part of Princeton’s anti-racist efforts to divest from some of the most damaging and exploitative companies in the world. We all know the climate crisis disproportionally affects marginalized populations. Now is your time, Princeton. End up on the right side of history.

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State Senator Zach Wahls *18
State Senator Zach Wahls *18

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice

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Isabel Bonnyman '14
Isabel Bonnyman '14

Divestment is the easiest choice we can make now to avert further climate catastrophe. Current investment models fail to sufficiently account for ecosystem services that once lost or degraded will cost many, many trillions of dollars. The global climate is already tracking with the worst case climate change scenario, recurring natural disasters are costing governments and business billions of dollars per disaster in the US alone.

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Connor Louden '09
Connor Louden '09

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Sierra Castaneda '20
Sierra Castaneda '20

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Rev. Fletcher Harper '85
Rev. Fletcher Harper '85

Climate change is a profoundly moral issue. It is beyond time for Princeton to cut ties with the industry which bears responsibility for it until they have credible business plans - not just empty talking points - to align their work with a livable future. At this late date in the climate crisis, and with the admirable role that the university's scientists have played in forecasting the impacts of the climate crisis, Princeton's failure to divest is ethically inexplicable and hard to fathom.

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Will Brown '20
Will Brown '20

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Brian von Herzen '80
Brian von Herzen '80

Years ago as a Princeton undergraduate, I supported Princeton divestment from Apartheid. Years later, Nelson Mandela revealed that it was university divestment that brought Apartheid to his prison cell to negotiate a peaceful transition. The same will happen with fossil fuel divestment. Stop alumni contributions until Princeton divests from fossil fuels.

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Sanchali Pal '12
Sanchali Pal '12

Divestment is an important tool to signal dissent. We need to invest in a cleaner future for all life on earth.

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Rachael Winfree '01
Rachael Winfree '01

This is the most important ethical action that Princeton could take right now.

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Cory Alperstein '78
Cory Alperstein '78

"Princeton University strives to uphold a standard as a world-renowned educational institution: it educates in the interest of humanity. And yet it violates that mission every day by its choice to divorce itself from the consequences of the investments it makes to serve that purpose. If any institution has the wherewithal to set an example through fossil fuel divestment as we face an existential climate crisis, it is Princeton University."

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Alison Holtzschue '82
Alison Holtzschue '82

Divestment sends a powerful message to the market, legislators and the public that it’s time for urgent action on climate.

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Daphne Wysham '83
Daphne Wysham '83

I have been fighting for climate & environmental justice for over 35 years, so this issue is central to my life's mission and values. This next decade will be a critical one for all life on the planet: We must adhere to global average greenhouse gas emissions cuts of at least 7.6% per year if we are to avoid possibly runaway climate change. Princeton must put its motto of "Princeton in the nation's service" into action and stop underwriting an industry that threatens present & future generations

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Cecelia Coffey '15
Cecelia Coffey '15

Climate change is the greatest threat facing current and future generations. Further, oil and gas companies continue to lose money as the US energy system transitions. Princeton should divest both because it's the right thing to do and because it makes financial sense.

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Douglas Rushkoff '83, Professor, City University of New York
Douglas Rushkoff '83, Professor, City University of New York

"Princeton's endowment is meant to last us hundreds of years. We need to consider investments that support this commitment to the future, instead of short-term industries that externalize their impact to the environment and global poor. The endowment won't be worth much without a civilization to use it."

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Amanda M. Fulmer '01
Amanda M. Fulmer '01

Divesting from fossil fuels means investing in our collective future. Refusing to divest means actively choosing to invest in a system that is hastening the end of human society. Princeton, please, stand on the right side of history.

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Dana Fisher '93
Dana Fisher '93

Professor of Sociology, University of Maryland Contributing Author, IPCC WG3 Sixth Assessment Report. ​ "To date, Oxford University, Harvard, Brown, Georgetown, American University, and the University of California system have committed to divest from fossil fuels. Princeton should join this exclusive club of forward-thinking institutions and show the world that the university is following through on its promise in the service of the nation and the world."

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Sanchali Pal '12
Sanchali Pal '12

Divestment is an important tool to signal dissent. We need to invest in a cleaner future for all life on earth.

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Elizabeth Haase '85
Elizabeth Haase '85

The effects of climate change are increasingly apparent, as we appreciate the damage that increasing global pandemics, social injustic, and extreme weather can inflict on bodies and minds. The denialism of the fossil fuel companies has undermined the future of all Princeton students, jeopardizing the security of their food, water, health, and nation. Princeton cannot be committed to truth and student well being and continue to subsidize companies which cause and deny harm.

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Bob & Lynne Herbst '69
Bob & Lynne Herbst '69

"The least that Princeton University can do is divest all its fossil fuel assets. We know Princeton has made some effort to combat climate change through its research, and we are proud of its efforts. But we are not proud that Princeton, with its huge endowment, still feels it must profit from the climate crisis. The university needs to join the growing tide of universities, foundations, and other institutions in fully divesting its endowment from fossil fuels. Show the world that Princeton al

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Marta Cabral '16
Marta Cabral '16

Princeton must divest from fossil fuel companies immediately to stop contributing to the climate crisis. It undermines its own forward-thinking research in this field by acting in direct opposition to what these findings urge us to do. Any financial gains from these investments do not come close to outweighing the detrimental consequences for the planet, which are no longer abstract projections but an alarming reality we are faced with today.

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Richard Bruno '02
Richard Bruno '02

The carbon in the ground only becomes money when it is dumped into our air. To even slow the acceleration of our climate disasters, we must remove the financial motivation to dump carbon into our shared reservoir of air. Princeton's underwriting of these companies is a disservice to planetary habitability.

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Colleen Heidorn '20
Colleen Heidorn '20

Money talks. Divestment matters. Princeton's got the funds and platform to make real change, and with those funds and that platform come the responsibility to make the world a better place.

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Leslie Taylor '79
Leslie Taylor '79

The carbon in the ground only becomes money when it is dumped into our air. To even slow the acceleration of our climate disasters, we must remove the financial motivation to dump carbon into our shared reservoir of air. Princeton's underwriting of these companies is a disservice to planetary habitability.

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Bob Massie '78
Bob Massie '78

"If "Princeton in the Nation’s Service and in the Service of the World” is to be anything more than empty verbiage, then the university must stop benefiting financially from an industry that has allowed its entrenched greed to lead our civilization towards suicide. The entire sector has been rejected institutional investors with trillions of dollars because they understand it has no future.. Divest Princeton has done the best analysis of the urgent need for divestment I have ever seen. Princeton

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Anna Liebowitz '09
Anna Liebowitz '09

"In the face of the overwhelming nature of the climate crisis, I look for levers of power and change to which I have access. Princeton is a powerful lever; I have thrown my weight as an alumna, and gathered the weight of other alumni, to push the University to act "in the service of humanity" and hasten our transition away from fossil fuels, through every means available--including divestment."

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Katie Schneer '20
Katie Schneer '20

Princeton will not be "in the nation's service and in the service of humanity" until it uses both its intellectual and financial influence to fight the climate crisis.

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John Oakes '83
John Oakes '83

Princeton has a duty--to its immediate community and to the planet--to be a responsible steward of its resources. That means not only increasing its endowment of close to $30 billion, but investing it morally. "Princeton" is more than an abstract concept: as a corporation, its actions have real consequences. Recycling and building "environmentally friendly" dorms is not enough. Princeton's real impact comes through its staggering financial power.

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Rajeev Erramilli '18
Rajeev Erramilli '18

To put it fairly bluntly, Princeton will have blood on its hands and will have little credibility in claiming to be in the service of all humanity by running itself like a hedge fund and profiting on carbon emissions and the loss of biodiversity, loss of land, and loss of life that anthropogenic climate change will and already has created.

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Rush Rehm '73, Professor of Classics and Theater at Stanford University.
Rush Rehm '73, Professor of Classics and Theater at Stanford University.

"My grandfather (1915), father (1942), and myself (1973) all graduated from Princeton. A professor of Classics and Theater at Stanford University. I have been involved in environmental activism for some time, presenting an environmental theater piece *Voices of the Earth: From Sophocles to Rachel Carson and Beyond.* A phrase popular when I was an undergraduate - "Princeton in the Nation's Service" - would urge the university to divest from fossil fuels, as there is *nothing* that Princeton..."

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Walter McMath '03
Walter McMath '03

Climate action is dire and necessary.

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Graham Turk '17
Graham Turk '17

Princeton aims to shape students in the service of humanity, yet the very nature of its self-perpetuation threatens humanity's ability to thrive. The endowment contradicts the deep commitment to climate action already apparent in the University’s research, teaching, and campus life. Divestment would send a powerful signal to all institutions that fossil fuels are incompatible with educating the next generation of leaders, who will disproportionately experience the consequences of inaction.

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John Huyler '67
John Huyler '67

I have a relatively dependable history of contributing to Annual Giving. This year I have decided to make my essentially symbolic donation to the Black Leadership Council instead of the University in hopes of adding my small voice to the to the calls for Princeton to divest from fossil fuels. If the University took such action it would embody "Princeton in the Nation's Service" and I would joyfully become a donor again.

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Juan Sepulveda '18
Juan Sepulveda '18

The most persuasive method for progress is endangering the revenue streams of irresponsible institutions, as they have already made the choice to hold profit above all else. This includes Princeton as well. For it is as complicit as every company in its portfolio for every violation to humanity and the environment that it chooses to uphold or oversee.

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Maya Aronoff '19, SINSI
Maya Aronoff '19, SINSI

Princeton cannot possibly be in the "service of humanity" if it contributes to the very fossil fuel industry that will inevitably destroy all of humanity. Fossil fuels directly contribute to the destruction of every person on this planet, especially indigenous peoples and under-resourced communities around the world.

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Andrew Reding '77
Andrew Reding '77

We are facing cataclysmic warming if we do not leave fossil fuels in the ground.

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Richard Benner '68
Richard Benner '68

There is no greater threat to life on earth than continued emission of carbon and methane. Any institution that invests in fossil fuels is complicit in those emissions. If Princeton divested from apartheid South Africa, there is no excuse not to divest from fossil fuels.

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Carlota Corbella '20
Carlota Corbella '20

Most people don't realize that fossil-fuel-free investment is possible and of needed environmental and societal benefit. The effects of climate change are deeply affecting many populations worldwide, not to mention ecological systems and biodiversity. Because they haven’t reached Princeton, NJ, yet, doesn't mean we shouldn't fight less for conservation efforts. If only people cared less about individual wealth and more about Earth’s preservation.

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Ian Martinez '01
Ian Martinez '01

Princeton should act in accordance with its motto "In the Nation’s Service and the Service of Humanity.” The debate over whether fossil fuels serve either is long over.

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Lynne Archibald '87 P'16
Lynne Archibald '87 P'16

"I believe Princeton University should divest from all fossil fuel companies in order to preserve the planet for future generations and redirect those same resources to companies committed to reversing climate change. PRINCO's fiduciary duty is to properly assess climate risk and opportunity to preserve long-term returns and the future financial health of Princeton."

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Angeline Gould '14
Angeline Gould '14

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Aaron Hosios '11
Aaron Hosios '11

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Daisy Hassani '11
Daisy Hassani '11

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Matthew Drengler '19
Matthew Drengler '19

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Natasha Thomas '20
Natasha Thomas '20

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Dharit Tantiviramanond '15
Dharit Tantiviramanond '15

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Austin deButts '16
Austin deButts '16

I support Princeton's divestment from fossil fuels because I believe that "Princeton in the Nation's Service and the Service of Humanity" should be more than just a motto.

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Aaron Charlop-Powers '20
Aaron Charlop-Powers '20

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Henrietta Smith '20
Henrietta Smith '20

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Kelly McCabe '18
Kelly McCabe '18

A university purportedly dedicated to the service of humanity should not participate in funding our planet's destruction and endangering the health and wellbeing of millions of people.

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Joan Ricart-Huguet '18
Joan Ricart-Huguet '18

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Jonathan Greenberg '78
Jonathan Greenberg '78

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Mark Szybist '94
Mark Szybist '94

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Marilyn Waite '06
Marilyn Waite '06

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Judy Brewer '78
Judy Brewer '78

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Ramesh Nagarajan '03
Ramesh Nagarajan '03

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Shelley Zhao '18
Shelley Zhao '18

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Danny Altman '67
Danny Altman '67

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Kathy Watson '78
Kathy Watson '78

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Patricia Lin '91
Patricia Lin '91

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Douglas Krakower '96
Douglas Krakower '96

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Bertrand Carissimo *87
Bertrand Carissimo *87

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Ben Diamond '16
Ben Diamond '16

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Bill Pugh '96
Bill Pugh '96

The next 1,000 Princeton classes (and the rest of the world) will thank all of us for divesting now rather than waiting.

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Amy Gobel '12
Amy Gobel '12

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Solomon Barnett '05
Solomon Barnett '05

Princeton has a history of leadership and transformational change. It is time for Princeton step up and lead the divestment movement to protection countless Princetonians into the future.

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Quin Pompi '17
Quin Pompi '17

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Hilde Creager '15
Hilde Creager '15

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Richa Gawande '08
Richa Gawande '08

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Larry Moffett '82
Larry Moffett '82

As a Princeton undergrad I studied Mechanical Engineering because of my interest in solar energy. I wasn't able to pursue it as a career, but now 40 years later the time has come to abandon fossil fuels and prepare for a carbon-free future based on renewable energy.

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Brian Childs *81
Brian Childs *81

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Shefali Nayak '18
Shefali Nayak '18

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Igor Dolgov '03
Igor Dolgov '03

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Laura Diamond *12
Laura Diamond *12

Our future depends on climate action and divesting from fossil fuels is a critical step we must take.

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Marc Fishman '17
Marc Fishman '17

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Michael Milam '20
Michael Milam '20

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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James Bonner '67
James Bonner '67

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Sean Hartofilis '03
Sean Hartofilis '03

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Thomas Kehler '60
Thomas Kehler '60

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Paul Hechinger '83
Paul Hechinger '83

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Desma Holcomb '77
Desma Holcomb '77

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Alexander Barnard '09
Alexander Barnard '09

If an institution as wealthy as Princeton can't free itself from fossil fuels, who can?

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Stephen Teich '62
Stephen Teich '62

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Robert Hamm '72
Robert Hamm '72

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Lily Lesser '17
Lily Lesser '17
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Charles Ruas '60
Charles Ruas '60

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Joshua Morrison '17
Joshua Morrison '17

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Jerome Hoffman '68
Jerome Hoffman '68

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Charles Ruas '60
Charles Ruas '60

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Arun Ivatury '99
Arun Ivatury '99

Princeton has rightfully begun confronting its role in the systemic racism and injustice that afflicts American society. For this reckoning to be more than rhetorical, Princeton needs to face head on how its own copious financial resources are funding climate-altering activity that will prove catastrophic for hundreds of millions of poor, Black, brown and indigenous people throughout the world. As an urgent first step toward climate justice, Princeton should divest from fossil fuels now!

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Jerome Hoffman '68
Jerome Hoffman '68

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Megan Soun Thomsen '17
Megan Soun Thomsen '17

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Nicholas Sexton '17
Nicholas Sexton '17

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Adrian Tasistro-Hart '17
Adrian Tasistro-Hart '17

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Jessica Kariisa '16
Jessica Kariisa '16

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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David Mazumder '17
David Mazumder '17

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Alison Holtzschue '82
Alison Holtzschue '82

Divestment sends a powerful message to the market, legislators and the public that it’s time for urgent action on climate.

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Furman Haynes '17
Furman Haynes '17

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Colter Smith '17
Colter Smith '17

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Patricia Y. C. E. Lin '91
Patricia Y. C. E. Lin '91

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Mark Salzer '86
Mark Salzer '86

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Mohamed Shalan '17
Mohamed Shalan '17

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Fred Seavey '86
Fred Seavey '86

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Eric Xu '17
Eric Xu '17

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Mayank Sarika *14
Mayank Sarika *14

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Benjamin Kimmel '20
Benjamin Kimmel '20

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Edward Hurme '10
Edward Hurme '10

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Jeff Lestz '20
Jeff Lestz '20

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Elissa Minoff '04
Elissa Minoff '04

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Audrey Lee *06
Audrey Lee *06

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Leslie Chan '20
Leslie Chan '20

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Larry Dennis Thompson '71
Larry Dennis Thompson '71

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Matthew Wakulchik '12
Matthew Wakulchik '12

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Michael Granovetter '15
Michael Granovetter '15

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Gabriela Rivera '20
Gabriela Rivera '20

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Edward Holt '99
Edward Holt '99

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Gary Wayne Glass '68
Gary Wayne Glass '68

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Christina Rice '17
Christina Rice '17

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Mary Swiontowksi '77
Mary Swiontowksi '77

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Sophie Giguere '15
Sophie Giguere '15

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Sylvia Dee '10
Sylvia Dee '10

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Beni Snow '19
Beni Snow '19

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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K. Malaika Walton '87
K. Malaika Walton '87

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Justin Aldrich Rockefeller '02
Justin Aldrich Rockefeller '02

Symbolism matters, and Princeton philosophers know that acts of omission, just like acts of commission, have moral consequences. Another institutional investor, Rockefeller Brothers Fund (RBF.org), divested in 2014, and we are handily beating our benchmark.

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Steve Gerritson *76
Steve Gerritson *76

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Marisa Da Silva '20
Marisa Da Silva '20

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Margot Yale '17
Margot Yale '17

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Michelle Wu '11
Michelle Wu '11

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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 David Antonioli '86
David Antonioli '86

We need to end our dependency on fossil fuels and transition to a sustainable future.

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Catherine Clark '11
Catherine Clark '11

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Lucas Makinen '20
Lucas Makinen '20

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Joshua Faires '20
Joshua Faires '20

To teach us that we can avert climate change while simultaneously investing in our globe's demise is among the ultimate hypocrisies.

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Kabbas Azhar '18
Kabbas Azhar '18

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Sarah Baber '18
Sarah Baber '18

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Jonathan Lu '18
Jonathan Lu '18

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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David Drew '14
David Drew '14

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Vinay Ramesh '20
Vinay Ramesh '20

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Farhana Sultana '96
Farhana Sultana '96

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Sebastian Holt '19
Sebastian Holt '19

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Frances Ling '19
Frances Ling '19

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Daneil Afolabi '20
Daneil Afolabi '20

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Aida Piccato '19
Aida Piccato '19

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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James Chen '19
James Chen '19

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Wendy Gordon Rockefeller '79
Wendy Gordon Rockefeller '79

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Adam Chang '20
Adam Chang '20

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Julie Pourtois '18
Julie Pourtois '18

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Daniel Ruccia '05
Daniel Ruccia '05

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Jessica Ji '18
Jessica Ji '18

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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James Gollin '80
James Gollin '80

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Kiku Loomis '86
Kiku Loomis '86

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Randy Altschuler '93
Randy Altschuler '93

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Cheryl Sladkin Altschuler '93
Cheryl Sladkin Altschuler '93

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Aaron Horvath '10
Aaron Horvath '10

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Kimberly Sladkin Digilio '95
Kimberly Sladkin Digilio '95

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Sarah Gross '15
Sarah Gross '15

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Jamie Downey '15
Jamie Downey '15

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Kristin Abkemeier '90
Kristin Abkemeier '90

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Mitchell Ewing '68
Mitchell Ewing '68

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Arun Sannuti '92
Arun Sannuti '92

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Chris Brandt '65
Chris Brandt '65

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Senator Jeff Merkley *82
Senator Jeff Merkley *82

There is no more urgent moral cause than saving our planet. It’s way past time for Princeton to be a leader in this essential effort.

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Jordan Bubin '09
Jordan Bubin '09

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Richard Appelbaum *66
Richard Appelbaum *66

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Will Fisher '10
Will Fisher '10

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Julian Castellon '20
Julian Castellon '20

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Mikhael Breiterman-Loader '09
Mikhael Breiterman-Loader '09

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Annamie Paul *01
Annamie Paul *01

This is a movement that is gaining momentum. It’s just good common sense. It is a sector in decline. Divestment from fossil fuels and from companies that extract or exploit fossil fuels is something we support.

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Dennis Allen *66
Dennis Allen *66

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Congressman John Sarbanes '84
Congressman John Sarbanes '84

At this time of existential crisis, Princeton should seize the opportunity to be a leader in the fight against climate change.

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Edward Pauly '71
Edward Pauly '71

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Emily Kaplan '14
Emily Kaplan '14

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Vayne Ong '20
Vayne Ong '20

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Aditya Trivedi '16
Aditya Trivedi '16

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Greg Waddell '83
Greg Waddell '83

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Katharine Flynn '02
Katharine Flynn '02

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Mordecai -Mark Mac Low '83
Mordecai -Mark Mac Low '83

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Anne Tate '78
Anne Tate '78

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Judith Weisenfeld *92
Judith Weisenfeld *92

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Sam Bartusek '20
Sam Bartusek '20

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Judith Weisenfeld *92
Judith Weisenfeld *92

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Robert Grant '08
Robert Grant '08

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Hemani Kalucha '19
Hemani Kalucha '19

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Joshua Becker '19
Joshua Becker '19

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Ben Beckley '03
Ben Beckley '03

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Aly Beveridge '16
Aly Beveridge '16

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Randy Khalil '13
Randy Khalil '13

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Pinar Umman '13
Pinar Umman '13

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Emily T Fisher '73
Emily T Fisher '73

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Alyssa Cai '20
Alyssa Cai '20

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Elaine Zhou '20
Elaine Zhou '20

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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David Friedman '20
David Friedman '20

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Vienna Lunking '20
Vienna Lunking '20

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Malika Oak '20
Malika Oak '20

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Sarah Coffey '20
Sarah Coffey '20

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Maria Stahl '20
Maria Stahl '20

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Estibaliz Matulewicz '20
Estibaliz Matulewicz '20

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Jessica Conway '09
Jessica Conway '09

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Robert Hall '67
Robert Hall '67

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Moana Kutsche '85 P'18
Moana Kutsche '85 P'18

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Brigid Ehrmantraut '18
Brigid Ehrmantraut '18

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Andrew Darlington '02
Andrew Darlington '02

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Barry Saiff '83
Barry Saiff '83

We need to move toward leaving fossil fuels in the Earth.

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Brandon Ward '20
Brandon Ward '20

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Melita Piercy '20
Melita Piercy '20

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Rachel Yee '19
Rachel Yee '19

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Patricia Power '74
Patricia Power '74

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Martha Groom '84
Martha Groom '84

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Yan Wu '14
Yan Wu '14

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Tracy Mott '68
Tracy Mott '68

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Craig Stevens '71
Craig Stevens '71

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Anne Lynch '75
Anne Lynch '75

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Peter Cannavo *92
Peter Cannavo *92

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Calvin Gross '15
Calvin Gross '15

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Leah van der Voort MacFarlane
Leah van der Voort MacFarlane

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Ellen Goldberg '88
Ellen Goldberg '88

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Anne Clothier Haydon '80
Anne Clothier Haydon '80

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Dennis Allen '66
Dennis Allen '66

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Marc Decitre '18
Marc Decitre '18

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Gregory Faris '80
Gregory Faris '80

Our world is hurtling toward catastrophe and broad action is required. I am withholding donations to Princeton until the University divests from fossil fuels.

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Ned Codd '90
Ned Codd '90

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Pinar Umman '13
Pinar Umman '13

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Tim Scott '90
Tim Scott '90

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Grant Mongin '21
Grant Mongin '21

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Eli Kimbell '20
Eli Kimbell '20

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Emily Ho '18
Emily Ho '18

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Jennifer Hayward '92
Jennifer Hayward '92

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Edward Holt '99
Edward Holt '99

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Winnie Holzman '76
Winnie Holzman '76

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Chris Brandt '65
Chris Brandt '65

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Ming Ong '11
Ming Ong '11

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Stephanie Tzeng '09
Stephanie Tzeng '09

We are currently at a urgent time in climate action. Our current planet is already obviously changing. By investing in funds that exacerbate fossil fuels, we are continuing to fund them. As a university trying to bring the future to our students, we cannot leave this problem up to our children to tackle. Please be on our future's side by helping maintain a planet we can all live in.

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Katherine Mendeloff '76
Katherine Mendeloff '76

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Ryan Gedrich '16
Ryan Gedrich '16

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Ross Barron '17
Ross Barron '17

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Robert Cowen '61
Robert Cowen '61

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Sonia Sultan '79
Sonia Sultan '79

The time has come to join other leading universities by putting Princeton's institutional power toward a sustainable world.

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Natalie O'Leary '21
Natalie O'Leary '21

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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David Koronese '76
David Koronese '76

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Frank Strasburger '67
Frank Strasburger '67

The impulse that drives Princeton at its best—to serve the nation and all humanity—must surely lead us to do all we can to ensure the planet’s survival as a human habitat. And that same impulse must as surely prevent us from continuing to endanger the very life of our species. Divestment is the only action consistent with our mission.

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Daniel Luzarraga '18
Daniel Luzarraga '18

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Barrett LaChance '11
Barrett LaChance '11

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Leah Cheng '09
Leah Cheng '09

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Emiliya Reinhold '21
Emiliya Reinhold '21

As much effort as PU puts into raising awareness abt climate change & preparing sts to join this cause, it's hard to believe that its efforts are genuine while it continues its partnerships with fossil fuel companies. I had previously appreciated the value of the $ that PU gets from its fossil fuel partners for climate change research, but after hearing the lies these companies tell, it's clear to me that cooperation with ff companies is not the answer

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Daniel Yawitz '12
Daniel Yawitz '12

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Lafayette Matthews '17
Lafayette Matthews '17

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Garland Castaneda '11
Garland Castaneda '11

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Warren Emley '63
Warren Emley '63

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Daniel Growald '11
Daniel Growald '11

The time for deliberation has passed. Princeton is home to some of the world's top climate scientists, who for decades have been saying unequivocally what the world now knows: Fossil fuel expansion is incompatible with a livable world. To be in the service of the nation and of all nations, Princeton's endowment must divest from fossil fuels.

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Daniel Cohen '86
Daniel Cohen '86

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Lachlan Kermode '18
Lachlan Kermode '18

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Talya Nevins '18
Talya Nevins '18

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Christo Logan '05
Christo Logan '05

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Joan Lane '86
Joan Lane '86

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Maura Cody '04
Maura Cody '04

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Elizabeth Hallock '02
Elizabeth Hallock '02

I am an attorney in Central Washington. I live in an agricultural community, where wildfires and drought threaten our economy every summer. We have one of the highest rates of asthma in the world due to fossil fuel pollution. Princeton must protect America's rural poor from climate change and its devastating consequences. Without a healthy climate and fresh water for our farms, there is no work here, and there is no food.

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Lisa Carnochan '78
Lisa Carnochan '78

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Asaph Blodgett '02
Asaph Blodgett '02

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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 Ian Kronish '96
Ian Kronish '96

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Ava Hoffman '17
Ava Hoffman '17

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Brian von Herzen '80
Brian von Herzen '80

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Paul Pelavin '96
Paul Pelavin '96

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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David Powelstock '86
David Powelstock '86

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Jennifer Leung *04
Jennifer Leung *04

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Jon Wiener '66
Jon Wiener '66

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Sean Murphy '11
Sean Murphy '11

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Caleb Negash '15
Caleb Negash '15

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Jim Mosley '77
Jim Mosley '77

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Anders Pytte '78
Anders Pytte '78

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Ting Ang '11
Ting Ang '11

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Peter Gustafson '13
Peter Gustafson '13

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Cynthia Giddle '80
Cynthia Giddle '80

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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John Vann '93
John Vann '93

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Stephen Hillegeist '90
Stephen Hillegeist '90

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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Carolyn Beaham West '83
Carolyn Beaham West '83

Princeton should divest from fossil fuels as an urgent first step towards climate justice.

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