Daloz, Laurent
October 2013
YES! Magazine;Fall2013, Issue 67, p11
In this article, the author reflects on climate change and global warming. Topics discussed include failure of the fossil fuel industry (FFI) to prevent extraction of oil and gas, "Do the Math" tour launched by students in the U.S. demanding colleges and universities to stop investments in the FFI, and the decision of the author not to make donations to his college alma mater until it divests its holdings in the FFI. Other topics include fall in the cost of renewable energy.


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