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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 18, 2023

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Community members and students representing workers' unions and environmental organizations gathered for a UC Green New Deal Town Hall.
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Community members and students representing workers' unions and environmental organizations gathered for a UC Green New Deal Town Hall.
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Climate justice student groups discussed UC Berkeley’s involvement in certain industries at an event put on by Carbon Crew on Oct. 29.
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Climate justice student groups discussed UC Berkeley’s involvement in certain industries at an event put on by Carbon Crew on Oct. 29.
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On Sept. 20, students worldwide walked out of their classrooms to take part in the global climate strike and call upon their leaders to take action.
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On Sept. 20, students worldwide walked out of their classrooms to take part in the global climate strike and call upon their leaders to take action.
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UC Berkeley was recently ranked as one of Sierra Magazine’s 2019 top 20 “Coolest Schools” for offering some of the best sustainability-focused courses, eco-friendly infrastructure and environmental engagement.
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UC Berkeley was recently ranked as one of Sierra Magazine’s 2019 top 20 “Coolest Schools” for offering some of the best sustainability-focused courses, eco-friendly infrastructure and environmental engagement.
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At the Investments Subcommittee meeting Tuesday, a representative from Fossil Free UC will speak to members about divesting from fossil fuels — specifically divesting from commodities and real assets, according to Isabella Muscettola, an organizer with Fossil Free Cal.
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At the Investments Subcommittee meeting Tuesday, a representative from Fossil Free UC will speak to members about divesting from fossil fuels — specifically divesting from commodities and real assets, according to Isabella Muscettola, an organizer with Fossil Free Cal.
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“Hey hey, ho ho, fossil fuels have got to go!” These are the words that a group of roughly 20 student protesters chanted as they toted a makeshift pipeline and marched through campus March 12, advocating for the divestment of UC endowment funds from fossil fuel companies.
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“Hey hey, ho ho, fossil fuels have got to go!” These are the words that a group of roughly 20 student protesters chanted as they toted a makeshift pipeline and marched through campus March 12, advocating for the divestment of UC endowment funds from fossil fuel companies.
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Fossil Free Cal, a nonregistered student organization on campus, staged a sit-in inside Sproul Hall on Monday to voice its demand for the university to divest completely from fossil fuel companies by 2025.
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Fossil Free Cal, a nonregistered student organization on campus, staged a sit-in inside Sproul Hall on Monday to voice its demand for the university to divest completely from fossil fuel companies by 2025.
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UC Chief Investment Officer Jagdeep Singh Bachher announced at the Tuesday meeting of the UC Investments Subcommittee the university’s decision to divest from Energy Transfer Partners and Sunoco Logistics, two companies that own part of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
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UC Chief Investment Officer Jagdeep Singh Bachher announced at the Tuesday meeting of the UC Investments Subcommittee the university’s decision to divest from Energy Transfer Partners and Sunoco Logistics, two companies that own part of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
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Nearly two months after former president Barack Obama’s administration halted construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, President Donald Trump has reinstated it, prompting many campus community members to criticize the University of California for its investment in DAPL’s construction.
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Nearly two months after former president Barack Obama’s administration halted construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, President Donald Trump has reinstated it, prompting many campus community members to criticize the University of California for its investment in DAPL’s construction.
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At the UC regents meeting Wednesday morning, students from Fossil Free Cal presented a letter, signed by more than 650 faculty members from across the UC system, urging the regents to divest from fossil fuels.
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At the UC regents meeting Wednesday morning, students from Fossil Free Cal presented a letter, signed by more than 650 faculty members from across the UC system, urging the regents to divest from fossil fuels.
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