By Ted Hamilton—December 9 at 1:01 p.m. This blog post contains the views of the author alone, and does not necessarily reflect the opinions of the Harvard Environmental Law Review. On November 19, I and six other Harvard students brought a lawsuit against the university’s governing Corporation to compel it to divest its holdings from fossil fuel companies. Our case, … [Read more...] about The Divestment Lawsuit Against the Harvard Corporation
By Daniel Carpenter-Gold -- June 2 at 5:40pm This blog post contains the views of the author alone, and does not necessarily reflect the opinions of Professor Coleman or ELR staff. “What difference do you think you can make? One man in all this madness?” -First Sergeant Edward Welsh, The Thin Red Line Scholars have come to recognize climate change as “the quintessential … [Read more...] about Unilateral Climate Action and Collective Change: What Can University Divestment Do?