Yale faculty meeting to discuss school’s ethical obligation on fossil fuel investment

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NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — Faculty members at Yale are planning to talk about the schools ethical obligations in terms of fossil fuel investments.

The meeting comes amid pressure by students who are alarmed by climate change.

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Last fall, hundreds of climate change activists rushed the field during halftime of the Yale-Harvard football game.

They want the schools to stop investing in fossil fuel industries.

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