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Cool Solutions
The story of Harvard's divestment
Canyon Woodward, Ilana Cohen, Danielle Strasburg, Virginie Green, and Alex Marquart
 Wendy Ring  Contact Contributor
June 11, 2022, 4:31 a.m.
It took 9 years of organizing and pressure to get the biggest university endowment in the world divested from fossil fuel. Harvard students, faculty, and alumni all took part in actions ranging from conventional to confrontational to creatively original. In the end, it was likely fear of having its own reputation besmirched by association with an already stigmatized fossil fuel industry, that led the Harvard Corporation to divest. Students, alumni, and faculty tell their stories.
Music by Scott Holmes and Jason Shaw

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