​Whether you are a current undergraduate or graduate student, an alum, a faculty or staff member, or a parent of a student, there are many ways to help Princeton divest from fossil fuels.

Priority: sign our letter calling on Princeton to divest from fossil fuels!

Commit to withhold donations until Princeton divests from fossil fuels. If you sign the letter, let Annual Giving know why you decided not to donate when you receive a solicitation call.

If you would like to support higher education in other ways, check out these organizations recommended by Princeton alumni currently working in the field.

Write an endorsement!

A growing number of current and future alumni, faculty, and others have called on Princeton to divest from fossil fuels.Submit your own endorsement here.

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Stay in the loop!

Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to track our progress. Share our posts. Invite your friends to follow us. 

Tell your friends and fellow alumni!

Let your friends know you've signed and tell them about the campaign - use our email template here.  

Use our "Divestment Elevator Pitch"

Learn more! 

Read our FAQs and articles, review the campaign press clippings and watch the videos of our panels and interviews. 

Email President Eisgruber and the CPUC Resources Committee!

The Resources Committee will review our proposal over Summer 2020. An important criteria for recommending divestment is widespread 

support in the Princeton community. Your voice matters: Email them and President Eisgruber's office in support of divestment.Feel free to use an email template.

Divest and reinvest your own assets!

Learn how to divest and reinvest in organizations committed to social and environmental justice here

Write to us at and share other ways to take action.

Write an op-ed or article about divestment!

Support Divest Princeton in a magazine, blog or newspaper by writing an op-ed - experts and non-experts both welcome! We especially want to spread our message beyond Princeton and New Jersey. See our Press page for op-eds from Dr. Elizabeth Haase '85 and Victoria Higgins '16.


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