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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Nearly a hundred members of the UC community are expected to hold a protest calling for fossil fuel divestment outside the UC Board of Regents meeting in Sacramento on Wednesday.
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Nearly a hundred members of the UC community are expected to hold a protest calling for fossil fuel divestment outside the UC Board of Regents meeting in Sacramento on Wednesday.
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Four UC Berkeley students were arrested Monday morning in San Francisco on suspicion of trespassing during a protest against the highly-disputed proposal to construct the Keystone XL Pipeline.
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Four UC Berkeley students were arrested Monday morning in San Francisco on suspicion of trespassing during a protest against the highly-disputed proposal to construct the Keystone XL Pipeline.
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In joining with the worldwide movement to encourage socially responsible fiscal policies, UC Berkeley’s graduate student government voted Thursday to eschew their future investments in fossil fuel-related companies.
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In joining with the worldwide movement to encourage socially responsible fiscal policies, UC Berkeley’s graduate student government voted Thursday to eschew their future investments in fossil fuel-related companies.
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Spurred by the release of a statement by State Department concluding that the construction of Keystone XL Oil Pipeline would have minor effects on the environment, students from UC Berkeley and Bay Area residents gathered to protest the project last night.
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Spurred by the release of a statement by State Department concluding that the construction of Keystone XL Oil Pipeline would have minor effects on the environment, students from UC Berkeley and Bay Area residents gathered to protest the project last night.
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In the last “fireside chat” of the semester, UC Berkeley students convened with Chancellor Nicholas Dirks to discuss current challenges in reducing waste and continuing sustainability projects on campus.
In the last “fireside chat” of the semester, UC Berkeley students convened with Chancellor Nicholas Dirks to discuss current challenges in reducing waste and continuing sustainability projects on campus.
Berkeley’s city council became first in the nation last Tuesday to adopt an official policy to divest funds from 200 fossil fuel-producing companies, joining a nationwide movement to try to help curb global climate change.
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Berkeley’s city council became first in the nation last Tuesday to adopt an official policy to divest funds from 200 fossil fuel-producing companies, joining a nationwide movement to try to help curb global climate change.
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