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"How Institutions of Higher Education Can Address Climate Change" - Triple Pundit (People, Planet, Profit)

We, the undersigned presidents and chancellors of colleges and universities, are deeply concerned about the unprecedented scale and speed of Global Warming and its potential for large-scale, adverse health, social, economic and ecological effects. We recognize the scientific consensus that global warming is real and is largely being caused by humans. We further recognize the need to reduce the global emission of greenhouse gases by 80% by mid-century at the latest, in order to avert the worst impacts of global warming and to reestablish the more stable climatic conditions that have made human progress over the last 10,000 years possible.

While we understand that there might be short-term challenges associated with this effort...

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Signatories

www2.presidentsclimatecommitment.org/html/signatories.php

Members of the ACUPCC Steering Committee, etc. etc.

Crow   Michael M. Crow, Co-Chair
President
Arizona State University
  Schatzberg   Kathleen Schatzberg
President
Cape Cod Community College

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