Daily Archives: May 4, 2014

EV & N – 150 – CCTV | Why is Dialogue So Difficult at Harvard? The Voices and the Silences Behind the Fossil Fuel Protests

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May 4, 2014 – 9:00pm.    This program (EV&N #150) was recorded on 4 May 2014, 4:30pm. Click HERE to view streaming version of program in a separate window.

The BeLive programs (this one is EV&N #150) are available on the Google Docs website for downloading for one week from their initial recording and broadcast on CCTV. It can be downloaded by entering “Ctrl S” from the site below or from the “Download” option in the “File” menu option at the upper left hand part of the tool bar on the webpage: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B3SgZW16Hj3aSDRfbHlXWWZsdHM/edit?edit?pli=1

For other programs in series see: Cambridge Climate Research Associates’ (CCRA) “EcoViews & News” streaming webcast archive.

Additional information on 30 April speakers is available for:

Harvard in the national context:

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For further information, see:

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE,  May 1, 2014 Harvard Undergraduate Arrested As Students Blockade the President’s Office Calling for An Open Dialogue on Fossil Fuel Divestment
CONTACT: Ben Franta, bafranta@gmail.com, 319-899-9820

and:  “Divest Harvard Update”
website:  http://divestharvard.com/

and: Day After Arrest, Divest Protesters Renew Calls for Open Meeting with Corporation

and further updates from The Harvard Crimson | Divestment tag.

Q: “Take Harvard…”    (William Moyers)
A: “…I would say that’s bad math….”  (Tom Van Dyck)

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What should be the relation between fiduciary responsibility and the public good?

Dorsey

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For further information on the impact of climate change on the U.S. economy and national landscape see: U.S. National Climate Assessment

Further forthcoming discussion of these issues will be part of the Harvard Summer School: Climate Course

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Fossil Fuel Divestment Statement | Harvard University | Divest Harvard | 3 October 2013

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Peaceful Uprising

OUR MISSION

WE are committed to defending a livable future through empowering nonviolent action.

WE seek to change the institutional and social status quo at the root of the climate crisis, and move toward a just and healthy world.

By pushing the reality of the climate crisis to the forefront of the public forum, WE will secure the attention and inspire the revolution the climate crisis requires.

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Tim DeChristopher – This Is What Love Looks Like

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Uploaded on Sep 18, 2011

Tim DeChristopher’s peaceful civil disobedience received a 2-year sentence in federal prison, a $10,00 fine and 3 years probation.

These are excerpts From Tim’s official statement made July 26, 2011 at his sentencing hearing for disrupting a government agency engaged in what was later declared illegitimate.

The sentence is on appeal.

Tim was taken immediately to prison instead of having the usual 3 weeks to put his affairs in order and say goodbye to his friends and family.

Tim’s heart felt statement is about unprotected public lands in Utah and public lands in general that some agencies are attempting to sell and instead can continue to be public lands.

The photos are of the Pasayten Wilderness. Protected public land – that is held for posterity – never to be sold.

The Pasayten’s are in north central Washington state. East of Ross Lake and west of Tonasket.

In 1968 the Pasayten Wilderness was designated.

For more information see Tim’s website;
http://www.PeacefulUprising.org
Defending A Livable Future Through
Empowering NonViolent Action

Contact your local public access TV station and request they broadcast this show – “Tim DeChristopher – This Is What Love Looks Like – It Will Only Grow”. Public access TV can download this show free from PEGMedia.org and broadcast the show to their local audience.

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