Western Washington University is close to becoming the first public university to divest from fossil fuels.
Come Thursday night to learn more about this and what you can do to further this effort.
Students for Renewable Energy invite you to come learn more about he nationwide college movement to divest from fossil fuels at a panel on divestment this Thursday, March 7th in Academic West 204 (first floor).
Join students, faculty, and community members for a discussion about Western’s investments in fossil fuels and the pros and cons of seeking a socially responsible investment policy alternative.
The confirmed panelists for the event include:-
Jill MacIntrye Witt, 350.org organizer and Climate Reality Project presenter
Gene Myers, WWU Professor, Huxley College of the Environment
Larry Hildes, local lawyer
James Wells, local climate activist and blogger
Andrew Eckles, WWU student and SRE club member
a video by Bill McKibben, tailored to WWU
Bring your questions and concerns – we look forward to seeing you.
For more information about the divestment process, please visit http://act.gofossilfree.org/act/Fossil_Free_WWU