Tag: climate justice at boston college
At their rally on Divestment Day, CJBC sent a letter to Fr. Leahy's demanding climate action—but they don't plan on stopping there.
The Newton City Council voted unanimously to assert eminent domain to prevent BC from developing 17.4 acres of forest.
The Newton City Council is expected to vote on whether to move forward with the eminent domain case on Dec. 2.
Students and faculty raised concerns related to academic integrity and the impact of Koch Industries business practices on the rest of the world.
Organized by CJBC, in collaboration with students and faculty, the protest will take place on Thursday at 5 p.m. on O'Neill Plaza.
According to CJBC, "a trusted professor" shared that the proposal stipulates climate change will not be discussed within the program.
The Global Climate Strike called on governments to respond to the threat of climate change before it's too late.
Although not as politically active as many college campuses across the U.S., there are a variety of activism groups among BC's student body.