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The Carleton Climate Commons Working Group brings together faculty and graduate students at Carleton University to discuss climate change issues in relation to the humanities and social sciences, to share academic work, and to share ideas and articles. The university has long been the place our society carves out for addressing issues of vital importance to all of society. Climate change is one of those issues. And yet in our increasingly specialized world, the solution to climate change is often perceived to come from science or government or some combination of the two. We think the humanities and social sciences have a role to play here too. The Working Group is a forum for exploring what that role might be.
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Great news CFFF!
The Canadian Association of Geographers has passed a motion to divest from fossil fuels. Additionally, Washing DC voted to divest its $6.4 pension fund of fossil fuels.
More info at: www.cag-acg.ca
(Updated: June 9, 2016)