After weeklong student sit-in, Pitt commits to cneutrality by 2037

By Kathleen J. Davis, Maggie Young & Jacob Paul
Published in 90.5 WESA

“University of Pittsburgh’s Board of Trustees Friday voted to become a carbon neutral campus by 2037, the school’s 250th anniversary. The meeting was disrupted by more than 50 students demanding the university pull fossil fuel stocks from the school’s endowment fund.

Since last Friday, students from the Fossil Free Pitt Coalition have participated in a sit-in at the Cathedral of Learning.”

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