These two projects are examples of how the students at the University of Tennessee are fighting the effects of climate change and how we are working to create a healthy environment for people today and for generations to come.
The University has chosen to halt the fracking research proposal because there were no companies interested in the agreement. There will more than likely be a revision to the proposal to make it more appealing and economically beneficial to the oil and gas industry.
The students working on the divestment campaign have won over the student body and government but are continuing to work to build a broad student movement in support of divestment principle while the Board of Trustees' Investment Advisory Committee is examining our proposal.
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