King’s College: Enter negotiations on fossil fuel divestment and end student hunger strike

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Karen Stutz
5 years ago
Good man making a stand!

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Cae Os
5 years ago
Students of the World Unite.

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Richard Harris
5 years ago
There is no future for humanity with fossil fuels.

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Amanda Wheatland
5 years ago
I'd have thought that a leading educational establishment would be more aware and concerned about climate change and that they would be leading the change that needs to happen right now and raising awareness. This is shocking! It's all about money though isn't it? There's no planet B don't cha know! :(

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Melissa More
5 years ago
We should respect the Paris agreement and not use fossil fuels

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John Hunter
5 years ago
No serious academic institution should be bankrolling the international fossil fuel industry. It is a crime against logic, science, common sense and morality to knowingly and directly support an industry that kills countless human beings across the world each year.

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Ruby Purvis
5 years ago
I'm signing because it is crucial that climate change is taken seriously, and that we start making significant changes for the benefit of everyone. King's needs to set a good example, and to listen to its students and their friends.

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Jane TUcker
5 years ago
The climate change issue is NOT being taken seriously, surely there's enough signs of hurricane/flooding/ tsunamis ice caps melting.... When are the university's going to learn and stand up for the future of all.

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Talitha McIntyre-Burnie
5 years ago
Why wouldn't you!? Good on ya!

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Kevin Ogilvie-White
5 years ago
We should be investing in renewables - not hydrocarbons