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Austerity, Divestment & Irma: Juan González on Why 300,000 in Puerto Rico are Without Power

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Austerity, Divestment & Irma: Juan González on Why 300,000 in Puerto Rico are Without Power

Democracy NowPublished on Sep 12, 2017 https://democracynow.org – FEMA Administrator Brock Long is traveling today to Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands to see firsthand the damage caused by Hurricane Irma. In Puerto Rico, 300,000 remain without power—despite the … Continue reading

Divest-Invest: Foundations Urged to Back Climate Solutions While Divesting From Fossil Fuels

Democracy Now! Published on Jul 5, 2017 https://democracynow.org – The Wallace Global Fund recently awarded the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe the inaugural Henry A. Wallace Award and a $1 million investment in renewable energy projects led by the tribe. We … Continue reading

Global Divestment Mobilisation 2017 – you were amazing!

350.org Published on May 14, 2017 Over the last 10 days the Global Divestment Mobilisation saw thousands of us all across the world take powerful action to help stop the climate crisis. Take a minute to watch this beautiful video … Continue reading

Hunger Strike to Get King’s College to Divest from Fossil Fuels

Global Divestment Mobilisation live broadcast with Bill McKibben & Guests

350.org Streamed live 11 hours ago Join Bill McKibben and divestment leaders from around the world for a live broadcast to discuss how we can step up this movement together for the Global Divestment Mobilisation, 5 – 13 May.

Global Divestment Mobilisation: 5 – 13 May, everywhere

Global Divestment Mobilisation: 5 – 13 May, everywhere.

350.org Published on Feb 21, 2017 Fossil fuel companies have been driving the climate crisis and delaying action on climate change for decades. From May 5 – 13, join thousands of people everywhere to highlight the impacts of our institutions’ … Continue reading

Global Divestment Mobilisation live broadcast with Bill McKibben, Kumi Naidoo & other Guests

A note from Bill McKibben & 350.0rg

The Divest Blockade (3/29) – Harvard Political Review

Many equipped with books and laptops to study, students sat in twos and threes in front of the doors of the administrative building to prevent university officials from entering.