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Morning Consult Mentions Adler in Story About Fossil Fuel Divestment 07.10.15
Morning Consult Mentions Adler in Story About Fossil Fuel Divestment
07.10.15

Morning Consult, a magazine for government and industry leaders across sectors, published an article about colleges and universities divesting from fossil fuels. The article compares the difference in processes and impact of divestment between larger and smaller institutions.

The reporter mentions Adler along with University of Hawaii, Naropa University, College of the Atlantic, and University of Maine as examples of programs that divested smaller amounts from fossil fuels.

Read In Divesting From Fossil Fuels, Universities Make Compromises

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