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Celia Bottger is a sophomore majoring in international relations and environmental studies and the co-leader of tufts climate action. Celia can be reached at [email protected]

Op-ed: Student representation in the RIAG, a statement from Tufts Climate Action

Last week, an article published in the Daily, entitled “Tufts appoints members to investment review committee, considering fossil fuel divestment,” highlighted an injustice of which all student activists — especially those supporting divestment campaigns — should be aware.  In the fall of 2019, the Board of Trustees created a process “by which the Tufts community […]

Op-Ed: Why Tufts needs to divest now more than ever

Fiji is a small island nation located in the South Pacific Ocean. It has a population of slightly under a million people. And in 20 to 30 years, it may no longer exist. For this reason, Fiji has sponsored COP23, the 23rd annual international conference addressing global climate change held in Bonn, Germany that began on Nov. 6. Though […]