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"3 50 dot org" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

07:34 min | 1 year ago

"3 50 dot org" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Alliance. And the Colorado chapter of the Sierra Club doesn't like oil and gas, apparently. So they decided that they were going to protest against the Western energy alliance that was having Golf outing earlier this week. And the way they did it. Was to fly an airplane. Over. The Western Energy Alliance is golf outing. And then they sent out a tweet about their protest. But but then, But then they deleted the tweet after a bunch of people pointed out to them. That they were pro testing fossil fuels by using an airplane that requires fossil fuels to fly around and so Oh, my gosh. And so, uh, now, actually when, when you go to the Sierra Club, Colorado Sierra Club's Twitter feed where they used to have that tweet of their their protests over the oil and gas groups event that tweet has been deleted. You know, this is the thing. When you're just so mindless and moronic that your goal in life is to end the production of the substances that made modern, convenient, comfortable life possible. Well, your brain dead enough that you won't realize your own hypocrisy. Right? You're you're Fighting against The things that let people drive to work and cook their food and heat their homes or cool their homes. Do this this time of year. And you know all these things, get on an airplane and take a vacation. You hate all of those things. And so when you're When your cult is as disconnected from reality as you must be to be part of a group like, you know, Sierra Club or or their worst groups in Sierra Club. There are parts of Sierra Club that, you know, care about the environment and, you know, making sure that the mountains are lakes and rivers are clean and stuff like that, but the real cultish part of these groups where there's against fossil fuels. There. There's so moron IQ and anybody anybody who is part of a group whose goal is to eliminate the use of fossil fuels. They should really They should really be ashamed of themselves right and they should be ridiculed at every turn, and I'm saying Even if it's your aunt, you know you should ridicule her about this until they stop and don't back down. And don't let them say Oh, you don't care about the planet like the bottom line. Is this these environmentalists? They don't really care about the planet. They just hate people. Pretty much. That's what it's about. They hate people because otherwise they wouldn't want to make it impossibly expensive for you to have a job or cook your food or heat your home. Um, but, uh, those people those lunatics are are in charge. Right now. In Washington, D C. You will recall that one of the first things That Grandpa Joe did was to cancel the federal permit for the Keystone XL pipeline. Now the Keystone XL pipeline would take oil from the Alberta oil sands. And route it via this pipeline to places mostly in the southern US where it would be refined into products that we would use gasoline for our cars in oil for other things in yada, yada yada now it's not like Without this pipeline. They're not going to produce the oil instead of what will happen is they will produce the oil and it will just be transported in ways that are more dangerous and also create more pollution. Through the forms of transportation. And then it will, uh, to some degree, especially to the degree that they end up sending in any of it overseas. It will be refined. In ways that also use more energy for the refining and create more pollution in the process of refining because America has very efficient Refiners. If they end up sending a bunch of this to China, China is going to refine. In a way it's going to put a lot more pollution into the air. By the way, I'm not talking about carbon as pollution. Carbon is not pollution. It's plant food. I'm talking about real pollution particulate matters and sulfates and all that stuff. And, of course, the transportation. When you kill the pipeline, you're going to have to transport that the oil by trucking by train. And those have quite high risks of accidents and big spills. And all that, anyway, the reason I mentioned all this after, uh Grandpa Joe, who does Seem like, you know, he might be a candidate for the new Alzheimer's drug. Not that the new Alzheimer's drug, not that we know that it works. But you know, he and his wife made like 16, or $17 million after leaving the White House from speaking fees, and I think she wrote a book and that sort of thing so You know they could They could try the new drug. See? See if it would help him anyway. The company That Is behind. Keystone Exhale used to be called Trans Canada and now they're called TC energy. They announced yesterday that they are giving up. On the Keystone XL pipeline. They've decided to terminate the project, according to CNN business terminate after a comprehensive review of its options and consulting with the government of Alberta, Canada. The company said it would coordinate with regulators, stakeholders and indigenous groups to ensure a safe exit from the project. The cancellation ends more than a decade of controversy over the pipeline and marks a big win for environmentalists who argued the project threaten the environment and would only worsen the climate crisis. God these people are dumb. Just I know. Listen in My dad may be listening right now. And, Dad, If you're listening, you can text me and tell me my, uh My dad doesn't like it when I call people, dumb or stupid or something on the air. And yet I'm just These days. I'm just so Loss to come up with other words, you just stupid is such a understandable direct word. Everybody knows what it means. Yet we can come up with all kinds of other euphemisms for it. And people know that dumb is pretty good, synonym for stupid most of the time, and I just I feel bad when I use that word sometimes because I know my my dad has cautioned me against using the word stupid too much on the air, but we're surrounded by so much stupidity. I just Don't know what else to do. Oh, my gosh. I mean, listen to these people. Kendall Mackey, campaign manager of this group called 3 50 dot org in their their campaign is called, Keep it in the ground right because they do not want you to be able to drive to work or heat your.

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"3 50 dot org" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:20 min | 1 year ago

"3 50 dot org" Discussed on KQED Radio

"National legal nonprofit defending the environment and people's Health Earth justice because the Earth needs a good lawyer. This is marketplace. I'm kind raised all President Biden signed an executive order this week telling government agencies You're ready for the effects of climate change on our financial system, the economy and everybody in it, homeowners, consumers, businesses and the federal government itself. Down. One might fairly ask at this point, as one observes that a whole lot of fortune 500 companies have been planning for and working to mitigate their risk from a warming planet for a good long while. One might fairly ask the federal government's just catching on now. Marketplaces. Nancy Marshall Gangster went in search of answers. Some companies are listing climate change risks in their annual reports. Others air setting goals for zero carbon emissions. Stephen Rothstein tracks this. It's serious, a nonprofit that works with investors and businesses on sustainability. The largest banks in the last six months have all said that they're going to be net zero by 2050. Rothstein says most medium and large size companies are doing something about climate change, although he says that doesn't mean they're doing enough, and some businesses are already feeling the impact of climate change. Like insurers. Tracy Lewis at the environmental group 3 50 dot org's says some are refusing to cover homes in fire prone areas. They can predict the losses and they know that they will not be able to recover. The money is that they have to continue to pay out for Complete destruction, President Biden told federal agencies to report back on steps they're taking to regulate the financial risk of climate change. Stuart Glickman and analyst at C F R A research says they'll start by following businesses lead Following is easier Leading takes more consensus, Quitman says. Whatever regulators do, it'll give companies some certainty about climate change regulations. Something they've been asking for. I need see Marshall denser for marketplace. The upfronts came to a close this week. Once upon a time, there were a chance for television networks to trot out their executives and their stars and try to convince advertisers Pony up and buy time on their fall lineups. It was back then, just a week, but now they're up fronts for digital media podcast. The whole thing lasts a lot longer than a week. I'll tell you that. Last year's presentations were canceled. This year's were remote. So in order to get a sense of what else has changed, we got a J. Christian on the phone. He's a professor of communications at Northwestern, and I asked him With more and more content companies trying to get advertisers attention and their money. Does he think this whole upfront thing is getting more deluded? They might have been deluded, but I think it was necessary. There is no way that in 2021 or networks, we're gonna be able to carry the demand for high quality advertising placements and so friends had to expand. I think the new funds when they started with definitely a challenge to the upfront. On DNO. Now it seems like both have been accepted as part of the same kind of rod overall now, helping two months effect, right, Right, right. New fronts. You should probably define that term, too. The new funds are the digital equivalent of the upfronts. They started when companies like YouTube, We're trying to get advertisers to commit their big dollars to online advertising, which is delivered in a much different way than traditional advertising. So So let me let me ask you about the actual delivery of content. So much of it now comes from streamers. Right? Netflix Disney Plus Paramount. I mean, take your pick. And I guess my question is, why do those companies Need to lure advertisers, so not all of them needs of our advertisers. Some of those companies have a combination of subscription in advertising. So discovery plus as on demands inscription programming, but also watch house hunters live tweet for seven with that breaks through the discovery up in additional space and this mystery man universities. Ever diversifying Ray of options. I don't know if I'm sticking around for house hunters. If I have to stick around through ads, that's all I'm saying. I'll watch it and I'll watch it in one whack you for 22 minutes or whatever it is. We should also point out that we are now able advertisers are able and also programmers to target very specific audiences. There was there were black upfronts this year as well, right? Damn. We're black upfronts with some of Byron Allen's Cos There is Univision for Latino, its content. There's even a fan driven something up from because, like a fan driven, clear up some company and spell, so, yes, diverse audiences are in this year. That's kind of a new thing. But historically through the new friends, you were getting some specific audiences well, fashion audiences when publications um so this is, I think, part of a broader diversification of The difference is happening for several years now. Yeah. Do you think just as a way to sort of play this forward a little bit. Last year, The upfronts were canceled because obviously the pandemic this year there were virtual It's not cheap to get all those television stars and tic tac stars and what have you stars to radio city in New York or wherever they decide to hold them? Do you think they stay virtual? And people just try to do the easy thing? We will see. I think it's going to be all about what the advertising call is. For many decades, it was seen as necessary to bring people to me work to do this. She was saying meeting the stars in order to get those multi billion dollar commitments. If they can get those commitments at a lower price. They certainly the money in a very competitive media landscape right now. Professor aged Christian at Northwestern University.

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"3 50 dot org" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"3 50 dot org" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"She is someone who is a champion for environmental justice. She has proven to be a huge champion for expanding monument. She sponsored the Antiquities Act in the house last year. Deb Holland is someone who espouses policies that recognized the relationship between the health people and the health of our land and waters, and that someone who is fundamentally different From the exploitative and extracted leadership that's currently in place that the department earth Justice is also supporting Biden's picked to lead the EPA. The Environmental Protection Agency. Michael Regan leads North Carolina's environmental agency and he's former director at the Environmental Defense Fund. He's known for pursuing cleanups of industrial toxins and helping low income and minority communities hardest hit by pollution. He would be the first black man to lead the EPA. A black woman, Lisa Jackson, ran the agency under the Obama administration. Natalie McBain, policy director with the environmental group 3 50 dot org's Says. While they look forward to working with Regan, who has a good track record, it's not entirely clean, giving a permit a permit for the Atlantic Coast pipeline. Which obviously we're against any new fossil to infrastructure all together, So we definitely want to see some improvement in that area to making sure that he understands the importance of not approving new infrastructure and why we have to begin the phase out of current infrastructure. I think it's a promising. I think it's a promising choice. I know. One of the other people on the radar of possible choices was married. Nicole and we were not supportive of that choice, but I definitely think it's an improvement. California and resource is bored. Leader Mary Nichols was earlier considered the front runner for the EPA job chief faced objections from progressive groups. They said Nichols hadn't done enough to address the disproportionate harm. Low income and minority communities face from living next to oil and gas installations, factories and freeways. They also cited her support for cap and trade policies. The indigenous Gwich'in people have gone to court to try to stop the Trump administration from carrying out the first ever least sale in the pristine Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. The administration wants to open up the refuge to oil and gas drilling for the first time ever. The lease sale is planned for January. 6th getting in just under the wire two weeks before Trump leaves office, Antonio Gonzalez reports which and people are seeking to stop development and the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska. A sacred place, a foundation of their culture and way of life. Those seeking to protect the area are concerned about caribou, other wildlife and the environment. Bernadette demented for the questions during committee this week in a statement said they'll never stop fighting between people. You know, we don't allow anybody to tell us how you live. Video This'll weekend Federal court tribal plaintiffs represented by the Native American Rights Fund saw a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction to prohibit the Trump administration from approving seismic exploration and issuing leases in the coastal plain proposed to begin in January. Supporters of the sale, including politicians seek jobs, revenue and energy independence. I'm Antonio Gonzales and we have similar thank use for this $2000 challenge as we're heading into the final less than 15 minutes. Now we're still a ways away, but we have topped $1100 where we've got about. 8 $900 left. So this is the time. Please don't delay If you've been thinking about it, get over to your phone at 1 804 395732 If you're listening to K P f A r pledge online, k p f a dud or g'kar. If you're listening in southern California to Kpfk, you can go to K p s k dot org's 8189855735. Thanks to Irma of Alameda, who says Six o'clock news is the best. Well, thanks for that. I thank you from Jacob Ben Lomond. Uh, Jiro in Berkeley, Judy and Oakland, Mitchell in Oakland, Joyce and Albany. Who says Kpfk has been my news lifeline since the 19 seventies. Ah, big Thank you to all of.

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"3 50 dot org" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"3 50 dot org" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Like Janet Yellen. People like Frank Lane who are going to be you know who's gonna be, uh President elect Biden's chief chief of staff. Yeah, that's that's a lot better than Tim Geitner and Rahm Emanuel on bats. And that's one of the things that gives me hope. This is this is this is ah. And from my perspective. Better in some ways, then the Cabinet and the senior staff that President Obama initially put together I've after being elected in 2008. So that's one of the things that personally gives me hope. I do think as guys Katrina points out, there's huge areas of concern on the foreign policy side. On. That's not to say that these are all the people that I would have chosen. I wouldn't Um, but but, I mean, the truth is, uh, you know, Bernie Sanders lost the primary. And so there's there's obviously a consequence to that, and I think a lot of progressives to understand that I didn't get to appoint the cabinet that he wants. I think our role is progressive now is to is to, you know, say our piece about people that we find over the line where there's reports that The Biden administration is or the incoming by an administration is considering Ron Emanuel for some sort of top post and that that should be a clear cut, open and shut case. Because if you even if you set aside all of his his neglect of the federal judiciary is, uh is is repeated. Uh, advocacy for a smaller stimulus bill in 2009, Even even if you set that aside. This is a guy who covered up the murder of a child in Chicago, and that should that should every Democrat should be should be able to agree that that's wrong you're talking about is mayor of Chicago with respect to a particular police shooting. Right? And that's and that should be, you know, Clear cut, open and shut case. But in general Brian, I guess I would say I'm cautiously optimistic. And Katrina actually wrote a great piece about this. But the fact that Biden feels the need to name check Elizabeth Warren as you point out. That to me is a signal that he understands the power of the progressive wing of the party and he values of the progressive perspective. The fact that he feels compelled to say that this is someone Elizabeth Warren likes. To me is a continuation of themes that he emphasized there during his campaign when he ran on, You know, Scranton versus Park Avenue. He wants to be seen as a fighter for we're working people he ran as a fighter for working people. And so I think he wants the people he chooses to fill his administration to be seen that way as well. I see you keep a tweet of yours from last year pinned at the top of your Twitter feed, which refers to when you were campaigning against the Keystone XL pipeline in South Dakota. For the environmental group 3 50 dot org's and You are furious that a quote Democratic consulting firm was doing media for your opposition. The company Trans Canada. Why do you keep that tweet at the top of your feet a year and a half later, and is it relevant to the dance taking place? In the party during the transition right now. Yeah, I probably should change that, but But in general, I think I the reason I started. My my firm is because I really do believe there's a there's a toxic Overlap between, um Democrats and sort of corporate interests, and I I think I tend to think that Democrats are at our best when we're when we're fighting for working people. Instead of oil companies, you know, I don't think that's a particularly controversial take. But I do think if you're if you're a consultant that's giving advice to congressional campaigns on how to win. Um, that it's sort of a conflict of interest. And, uh, you know, sort of morally dubious thing to also be advising Trans Canada on how to shut down the pesky activists who want you to want you to pay attention to things like climate science. Let me follow Santa with you. Let me let me let me ask you just to follow up on what Karthik was just saying about corporate democrats. Um, on another name from the nominees list yesterday and get your take, and then you can go wherever else you want. And controversial on both the left and the right. Apparently, is Neera Tanden to run the Office of Management and Budget who had Nero has been, among other things, CEO of the Think Tank Center for American Progress and a Hillary Clinton campaign policy advisor. The right doesn't like her according to what I've read because she's insulted a lot of Republicans on Twitter, and she's furiously deleting hundreds of tweets, so those aren't front and center. The left doesn't like her, partly because the center for American Progress takes corporate donations. So what do you think of Neera Tanden herself, And is she emblematic of this broader tension? Between corporate and non corporate Democrats as cause the kind of framed it I knew you does me about this crime. Uh, I think there's a fight for the soul of the Democratic Party. It's been going on for decades. I think that the insurgency inside the Democratic Party is, uh, stronger than it's ever been stronger than certainly 2000 and eight when so many demobilized after Obama won There is a new ecosystem of progressive groups that in some states You know, in Pennsylvania, for example, played a role in Biden's victory, and I think that's why progressive feel they should be a more at the table. Um and I'm thinking of working Families Party people's action. Justice Democrats. Black lives matter Electoral and there's exciting. Fact that movement people now want to run for office. AOC just being the tip of the iceberg there many more. Um, I do think Bernie Sanders campaign in 2016 into 2020 played a fundamental role in rethinking the corporate piece of the Democratic Party, which has been Tu ascendant if you can untethered from big money, which is very tough for most candidates. It's a different kind of politics, and I think Trump won from Trump One in 2016 lost in 2020, but there's racism their grievances, But there's also a sense that the Democrats haven't had a clear and compelling message for working people. And so I step back near attendance. Um Help is viewed probably by the Biden team as part of the left. I think it's different. I think it was a shadow Cabinet for the Clinton Administration nearer 10 and has been very close to Hillary Clinton. And I think one of the reasons people feel negative about her. Yes, the corporate funding of cap Her Twitter feed is pretty aggressive. I hate to see Twitter politics. You know, dominate, but I think that's a big part of it. Why she's deleted tweets. But there's no question that you know there was some Middle East money. Saudi money. There is a story of deleting a report that cap it done on Spine on Muslims and Muslims in New York. Bloomberg gave cap money They took down the report. But let me step back and just say I don't think anyone and I looked it up last night on this call. Maybe they could name the current OM be head. I mean, it's an important position. It's going to demand confirmation, and it's true that the Republicans They will be the ones who deny her confirmation, not the left. But, um You know, she is emblematic as his rahm..

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"3 50 dot org" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:28 min | 1 year ago

"3 50 dot org" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Their own label of the Democratic Party. As Biden rolls out his nominees, progressive groups like Justice Democrats, which helped Alexandria Ocasio Cortez get elected. The environment oriented sunrise movement. Data for progress and others want someone like Bernie Sanders for Labor secretary burning himself, preferably Ah position not yet announced. You want the first Native American interior secretary? Maybe Congresswoman Deb Holland do not want Democratic regulars like Rahm Emanuel, who Biden is said to be considering for a big job. And this current dance is on Lee about the nominees. Then there will be the ones about actual policy. Joining me now for a progressive journalism and advocacy perspective of how the transition is going in these early days are Katrina Vanden Whoville, publisher and editorial director of the Nation. She's also a Washington Post columnist. And Karthik been apathy. A communications consultant who has been a spokesperson for progressive politicians, including Bernie Sanders, Keith Ellison and Charles Booker, as well as the A C L U and the Climate Change organization. 3 50 dot org's Perfect. Welcome in Katrina. Welcome back to W. N. Y C. Thank you, Brian. Thanks for having me. Between in general terms to start out. How happy are you with the emerging Biden Cabinet and feel free to name names? Feel free. First of all. Good morning, Brian. I want to just step back for a moment. We're coming out of a chaotic crisis ridden for years. Word moving toward at least restoration. Though I think in these times of multiple crisis, we need reconstruction. We need more than restoration. But in terms of No personnel is policy. I begin. Uh, as you know, I think we must in these times Begin with the more positive. I think Janet Yellen. Who will be first woman Treasury secretary represents one of Biden's more encouraging appointments. She appears to understand. We can't go back to the old ways of growth. She is someone who comes from the academy, not Wall Street. Many you know it hoped for Elizabeth Warren, but it's important that she doesn't come from Wall Street and have those ties. I do think the Biden And then you have Jared Bernstein in the National Council of Economic Advisors. He's a longtime advocate for the middle class. For growth. Avoiding this fetish with deficit reduction, which is afflicted. I think Democrats for decades, Heather Boucher has been at the forefront of understanding the need for Paid leave. And if someone who's written for the nation, as has Jared On that's I find hopeful. I moved to the foreign policy team. And I think you know many of your listeners understand that Biden may well be constricted. We all hope that Georgia Ron Hosko well, but if it if they don't He's gonna have to govern by, you know, executive orders. And will focus heavily on foreign policy, where presidents often have more leeway. And I have to, and I think in the foreign policy arena I don't know if your listeners know you know with the blob means it's sort of an adherence to a Washington consensus and establishment consensus, and I think some of the names we've seen appointments and those being talked about Have been implicated in the foreign policy calamities of the last decades. Iraq, one of the great debacles of our foreign policy of the intervention in Libya. Ongoing ties to Saudi Arabia trade Fomenting of a Russian Cold War that possibly Chinese cold, Cold War with China. They will be returning to quote normalcy, which has to be understood. It's something critical, which is And I know, um your other guests will talk about this. But signing back onto the climate agreement is imperative. Signing back onto the Iran nuclear deal, if what's happened in the Middle East and in Iran hasn't made that much more difficult signing on the new start agreement, which is the last remaining pillar of arms control. Dining on February. 5 is the deadline or else it crumbles. So I think that's really important, understand in the last thing about the foreign policy group Is as you, you know, your listeners know Michelle, Florida I was, um Scheduled to be the first woman defense secretary. But the progressive community has really sort of made a campaign and I think a legitimate one not just about her record. Supporting, you know, failed and tragic military surge in Afghanistan. Intervention in Syria, Libya, Iraq but also very important Bryant. Revolving door aspect of some of these Foreign policy candidates. I mean, these are people who have flown away was on the board of weapons contractor Booz Allen Hamilton and they, you know they transacted. There. Public role for personal Jane. I mean, you know, so I think that's you know, Hard said, but they come from Booz Allen West deck advisers. Tony Blinken. Some comes from the Madeleine Albright firm, which is called Strategic Advisory. So it's opaque. You don't know. So I you know those air to areas where I think the economics are hopeful. I think, obviously climate coming out of this climate Denial Ist administration, but corporate they will speak to that. So I I just worry that on the foreign policy when we need such a fundamental debate, um at this time of fundamental debate About You know, security strategy for the 21st century. We've just know we're living through this pandemic. And if not now, when, When will we understand that we need a redefinition of what security means that focuses on the existential threat. Climate change. Global pandemics nuclear cyber arms race. So I think that Will be something very important to look at. And listeners you get the phones. This segment. If you consider yourself a progressive, how happy or not with the Biden transition and Cabinet picks so far. 646435 70 to 86 46435 70 to 80 Karthik. I'll bring you in on On roughly the same question, But let me play a clip of Biden another clip if he earnestly named checked Elizabeth Warren. In announcing Well, Yeah, the M O for deputy Treasury secretary he named checked with a little more humor someone else in nominating his actual Treasury secretary. We might have to ask. Emmanuel Miranda, who wrote the musical about the first secretary treasurer Hamilton. Right. Another musical about the first woman secretary of the Treasury yelling Huh? So cry Think, How are you with Janet Yellen for Treasury? You're supportive as Katrina is, And do you happen to know? Well, yeah. BMO Elizabeth launched Chief of Staff now nominated as Deputy Treasury secretary or have a comment on the way Biden used Senator one's name. To get credit for not nominating her. Yeah, um I think to the broad question, I think in general, um people.

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"3 50 dot org" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

06:30 min | 1 year ago

"3 50 dot org" Discussed on KOMO

"24 hour news station coma News, 1000 FM, 97 7 inhabitants of a valley in the Alps are forced to evacuate as part of a massive melting glacier puts them at risk. I'm BBC's Megan Williams. Officials have evacuated part of an Alpine valley on the Italian French border due to fears part of the huge glacier might soon break off and come crashing down on the valley below. Helicopter pilots raised alarm bells when they noticed that the plant pan seared place here at almost two miles above sea level was sliding by more than 30 inches a day. A slippery layer of water formed under the Glazier during a recent heat wave that has also put the apartment block sized glazier. At risk of cracking. This is the second time in less than a year that locals and visitors have had to leave a valley due to the risk of the glacier melting last September, the same signs of slippage lasted almost a week. Global warming has caused the Glazier to melt and led to a steady decrease and snowfall in the Alps each year. Megan Williams. ABC NEWS Rome Students aren't on campus right now, but their voices are still being heard in the form of student activism. Some universities are choosing to divest money from companies and projects that negatively affect global warming. ABC Leighton Schneider has that story. The defense Mint movement started in the mid to thousands by students at Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania. It has a simple premise. If it's wrong to cause climate change, it's wrong to profit off, causing climate change. To date, over 1200 institutions have either divested or committed to divested from fossil fuels. A number of schools, both large and small, have made the decision in the past few months. One of the latest is the University of Vermont. Suresh Scaramella, UV EMS president says This decision is in line with the university's commitment, the environment and sustainability decision today from partial fuels. Extend this tradition of significant and decisive steps that I think that the University of Vermont apart because we have led not only on academic programming, but also in research facilities. Out of the way we do Transportation on campus campus program. In the announcement, Vermont said they had already ended new investments into fossil fuels will allow pre existing private investments to end without renewal and said they plan to be fully divested from public investments. But July 2023 made movie is an executive director at 3 50 dot org's and environmental group looking to end the use of fossil fuels. She says you VFW's timeline is more aggressive than usual. What the main demand has been to divest has been to divest over five years. So this three year commitment is really ambitious and really should be celebrated. It's important to understand you know when the campaign was really picking up steam. We didn't know as much as we know now about just how quickly these changes have to happen. So it's great that the students at U V N really pushed for this to happen. Faster Run lumber, chairman of the board of trustees at UVM credited students for their research into divesting there were studios Thoughtful, balanced in their approach and thinking about the elements around sustainability and investment and really look at the complexity of it, because it's a very complicated situation when you're looking at managing an endowment and a university course folio with 100 plus year time horizon in mind. These are not the types of decisions that you take light, he says. Normally, the board wouldn't let societal issues dictate what they did with the endowment. But divesting from fossil fuels is different. What a lot of this to come together is that the environment is so much a key to our mission of the University of remark. Our focus on the environment and the programs we offer around environment. This particular issue is different than other societal issues. That's something that the board really focused on. This is a place where we can tire investment decisions together with our mission and our brand. He adds that long term fossil fuels aren't the best investment. I think folks will come to the perspective that it's becoming a decreasing Lee attractive investment with a long term rising and mine. Given the opportunity for Green investments. The greening of our economy to focus on renewables sexual movie, says the economic argument is that enough to swing people since oil and gas are still profitable. That's why she has a different approach. We really focus on the fact that it's the right thing to do and no matter what the price of oil is at any given day, we know it's very volatile. It's still important to divest because we have to fight the climate crisis, now 3 50 dot org's wants to see all universities divest. But for the organization, there's one school that would make the biggest impact Harvard. They have a huge endowment. They have been very resistant to divestment. And they're students have waged a campaign for many, many years. I'm late Shredder ABC News. I'm Kelly Blair. And here are some of the stories we're following here. A coma news Spokane Police say they arrested the men accused of breaking a 72 year old veterans jaw and a hotel lobby. Spokane police. A 35 year old Cody Hansen was arrested at a home after receiving an anonymous tip. Hansen will remain in the Spokane County jail until he can be transported back to King County. Victim told police he made a comment to Hanson's girlfriend about not wearing a mask before being attacked. Hansen punched the 72 year old partially disabled veteran in the face Multiple times. King County prosecutors have charged Hansen with second degree assault. Out of state travelers will be charged Maura while camping at a state park in Oregon to help recoup some losses during the economic downfall caused by the Corona virus pandemic, the Oregon Parks and Rec Department has announced a temporary 30% surcharge on non residents who make new camping reservations or arrive at the state park campgrounds beginning on August 10th. Additional fees are temporary and will remain until the end of the year. More protests are expected in Portland throughout the weekend, following violent demonstrations this week as unrest in the Northwest city continues. Since George Floyd was killed in Minneapolis. Protests have occurred nightly for 70 days. Police say demonstrators through our launched items, including rocks, frozen or hard boiled eggs and commercial grade fireworks toward officers early this morning. Oregon State police joined officers in clearing the protest outside a public safety building. Your money at 20 and 50 past the hour on Comeau News. Cuomo's money report is sponsored by Propel Insurance.

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05:53 min | 1 year ago

"3 50 dot org" Discussed on KOMO

"Connected. Stay informed. The Northwest's on ly 24 hour news station Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 inhabitants of the Valley and the Alps are forced to evacuate as part of a massive melting glacier puts them at risk. I'm a B C's Megan Williams. Officials have evacuated part of an Alpine valley on the Italian French border due to fears part of the huge glacier might soon break off and come crashing down on the valley below. Helicopter pilots raised alarm bells when they noticed that the plant pants you're Glazier, at almost two miles above sea level was sliding by more than 30 inches a day. A slippery layer of water formed under the Glazier during a recent heat wave that has also put the apartment block sized glazier. At risk of cracking. This is the second time in less than a year that locals and visitors have had to leave a valley due to the risk of the glacier melting last September, the same signs of slippage lasted almost a week. Global warming has caused the Glazier to melt and led to a steady decrease in snowfall in the Alps each year. Megan Williams. ABC NEWS Rome Students aren't on campus right now, but their voices are still being heard in the form of student activism. Some universities are choosing to divest money from companies and projects that negatively affect global warming. A B C's Leighton Schneider has that story. The Defense Mint movement started in the mid to thousands by students at Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania. It has a simple premise. If it's wrong to cause climate change, it's wrong to profit off, causing climate change. To date, over 1200 institutions have either divested or committed to divested from fossil fuels. A number of schools, both large and small, have made the decision in the past few months. One of the latest is the University of Vermont. Suresh Scaramella, UV EMS president says This decision is in line with the university's commitment. The environment and sustainability decision to divest from fossil fuels extend this tradition of significant and decisive steps that I think that the invective Vermont apart because we have led not only on academic programming, but also in research facilities. Out of the way we do Transportation on campus campus program. In the announcement, Vermont said they had already ended new investments into fossil fuels will allow pre existing private investments to end without renewal and said they plan to be fully divested from public investments. But July 2023 maybe movie is an executive director at 3 50 dot org's and environmental group looking to end the use of fossil fuels. She says, you viens timeline is more aggressive than usual. What the main demand has been to divest has been to divest over five years. So this three year commitment is really ambitious and really should be celebrated. It's important to understand you know when the campaign was really picking up steam. We didn't know as much as we know now about just how quickly these changes have to happen. So it's great that the students at U V N really pushed for this to happen faster Run lumber, a chairman of the board of trustees at UVM, credited students for their research into divesting there were studios Thoughtful, balanced in their approach and thinking about the elements around sustainability and investment and really look at the complexity of it, because it's a very complicated situation when you're looking at managing and then down one and university portfolio with 100 plus year time horizon in mind. These are not the types of decisions that you take light, he says. Normally, the board wouldn't let societal issues dictate what they did with the endowment. But divesting from fossil fuels is different. What a lot of this to come together is that the environment is so much a key to our mission of the University of remark. And our focus on the environment and the programs we offer around environment. This particular issue is different than a societal issues. That's something that the board really focused on. This is a place where we can tire investment decisions together with our mission and our brand. He adds that long term fossil fuels aren't the best investment. I think folks will come to the perspective that it's becoming a decreasing Lee attractive investment with a long term rising and mine. Given the opportunity for Green investments. The greening of our economy to focus on renewables sexual movie, says the economic argument is that enough to swing people since oil and gas are still profitable. That's why she has a different approach. We really focus on the fact that it's the right thing to do and no matter what the price of oil is at any given day, we know it's very volatile. It's still important to divest because we have to fight the climate crisis, now 3 50 dot org's wants to see all universities divest. But for the organization, there's one school that would make the biggest impact Harvard. They have a huge endowment. They have been very resistant to divestment. And they're students have waged a campaign for many, many years. I'm late Shredder ABC News. Your money at 20 and 50 past the hour on Comeau News comas Money report is sponsored by Propel Insurance. Wall Street big rally let out the accelerator Friday despite a better than expected report on the U. S job market amid worries about worsening U. S China tensions and whether Washington can deliver more aid for the economy. The S and P inched up two points to 3350 won. Technology stocks took losses own worries that China could retaliate for President Donald Trump's latest escalation against Chinese tech companies. Dal added 46 to 27,433. The NASDAQ dropped 97. The pandemic still as Americans easing off the plastic US consumer borrowing rose in June after three months of declines with the key category of credit card debt. Extended its decline. Canada plans to impose $2.69 billion in tariffs on U. S imports response to President Donald Trump, saying the U. S. Is reinstating a 10%.

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04:21 min | 1 year ago

"3 50 dot org" Discussed on KOMO

"News station Coma News, 1000 FM, 97 7 Inhabitants of a valley in the Alps are forced to evacuate as part of a massive melting glacier puts them at risk. I'm a B C's Megan Williams. Officials have evacuated part of an Alpine valley on the Italian French border due to fears part of the huge glacier might soon break off and come crashing down on the valley below. Helicopter pilots raised alarm bells when they noticed that the plant pants your place here at almost two miles above sea level was sliding by more than 30 inches a day. A slippery layer of water formed under the Glazier during a recent heat wave that has also put the apartment block sized glazier. At risk of cracking. This is the second time in less than a year that locals and visitors have had to leave a valley due to the risk of the glacier melting last September, the same signs of slippage lasted almost a week. Global warming has caused the Glazier to melt and led to a steady decrease in snowfall in the Alps each year. Megan Williams. ABC NEWS Rome Students aren't on campus right now, but their voices are still being heard in the form of student activism. Some universities are choosing to divest money from companies and projects that negatively affect global warming. A B C's Leighton Schneider has that story. The defense Mint movement started in the mid to thousands by students at Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania. It has a simple premise. If it's wrong to cause climate change, it's wrong to profit off, causing climate change. To date, over 1200 institutions have either divested or committed to divested from fossil fuels. A number of schools, both large and small, have made the decision in the past few months. One of the latest is the University of Vermont. Suresh Scaramella, UV EMS president says This decision is in line with the university's commitment. The environment and sustainability decision to divest from partial fuels extend this tradition of significant and decisive steps that I think that the University of Vermont apart because we have led not only on academic programming, but also in research facilities. Out of the way we do Transportation on campus campus program. In the announcement, Vermont said they had already ended new investments into fossil fuels will allow pre existing private investments to end without renewal and said they plan to be fully divested from public investments. But July 2023 maybe movie is an executive director at 3 50 dot org's an environmental group looking to end the use of fossil fuels. She says, you viens timeline is more aggressive than usual. What the main demand has been to divest has been to divest over five years. So this three year commitment is really ambitious and really should be celebrated. It's important to understand you know when the campaign was really picking up steam. We didn't know as much as we know now about just how quickly these changes have to happen. So it's great that the students at U V N really pushed for this to happen. Faster Run lumber, chairman of the board of trustees at UVM credited students for their research into divesting there were studios Thoughtful Valence in their approach and thinking about the elements around sustainability and investment and really look at the complexity of it, because it's a very complicated situation when you're looking at managing an endowment and university portfolio with 100 plus year time horizon in mind. These are not the types of decisions that you take light, he says. Normally, the board wouldn't let societal issues dictate what they did with the endowment. But divesting from fossil fuels is different. What a lot of this to come together is that the environment is so much a key to our mission of the University of remark. Our focus on the environment and the programs we offer around environment. This particular issue is different than other societal issues, and it's something that the board really focused on. This is a place where we can tire investment decisions together with our mission and our brand. He adds that long term fossil fuels aren't the best investment. I think folks will come to the perspective that it's becoming a decreasing Lee attractive investment with a long term rising and mine. Given the opportunity for green investments, the greening of our economy. The focus on renewables sexual movie, says the economic argument is that enough to swing people since oil and gas are still profitable. That's why she has a different approach. We really focus on the fact that it's.

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KOMO

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"3 50 dot org" Discussed on KOMO

"Into coma raid around the Tacoma Dome Self out five game kind of around the five curve and also around the dome. Our next report is at 3 20 for Evan Smith. Couple traffic there gonna be some sun breaks out there this afternoon. Also a very slight chance of a shower out there under partly to mostly cloudy skies temps today, upper sixties maybe a couple low seventies out there. A lot more seventies. Tomorrow we go to the mid seventies sunshine on Sunday. Lots of sun for Monday and even low eighties in the couple of the senators turns on Come on, is Stay connected. Stay informed the Northwest's only 24 hour news station Co Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 Inhabitants of the Valley and the Alps are forced to evacuate as part of a massive melting glacier puts them at risk. I'm a B C's Megan Williams. Officials have evacuated part of an Alpine valley on the Italian French border due to fears part of the huge glacier might soon break off and come crashing down on the valley below. Helicopter pilots raised alarm bells when they noticed that the plant pants you're Glazier, at almost two miles above sea level was sliding by more than 30 inches a day. A slippery layer of water formed under the Glazier during a recent heat wave that has also put the apartment block sized glazier. At risk of cracking. This is the second time in less than a year that locals and visitors have had to leave a valley due to the risk of the glacier melting last September, the same signs of slippage lasted almost a week. Global warming has caused the Glazier to melt and led to a steady decrease in snowfall in the Alps each year. Megan Williams. ABC NEWS Rome Students aren't on campus right now, but their voices are still being heard in the form of student activism. Some universities are choosing to divest money from companies and projects that negatively affect global warming. A B C's Leighton Schneider has that story. The defense Mint movement started in the mid to thousands by students at Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania. It has a simple premise. If it's wrong to cause climate change, it's wrong to profit off, causing climate change. To date, over 1200 institutions have either divested or committed to divest from fossil fuels. A number of schools, both large and small, have made the decision in the past few months. One of the latest is the University of Vermont. Suresh Scaramella, UV EMS president says This decision is in line with the university's commitment, the environment and sustainability decision today from part of fuels. Extend this tradition of significant and decisive steps that I think set the University of Vermont apart because we have led not only on academic programming, but also in research facilities. Out of the way we do Transportation on campus campus program. In the announcement, Vermont said they had already ended new investments into fossil fuels will allow pre existing private investments to end without renewal and said they plan to be fully divested from public investments. But July 2023 maybe movie is an executive director at 3 50 dot org's and environmental group looking to end the use of fossil fuels. She says, you viens timeline is more aggressive than usual. What the main demand has been to divest has been to divest over five years. So this three year commitment is really ambitious and really should be celebrated. It's important to understand you know when the campaign was really picking up steam. We didn't know as much as we know now about just how quickly these changes have to happen. So it's great that the students at U V N really pushed for this to happen faster Run lumber, a chairman of the board of trustees at UVM, credited students for their research into divesting there were studios Thoughtful, balanced in their approach and thinking about the elements around sustainability and investment and really look at the complexity of it, because it's a very complicated situation when you're looking at managing an endowment and university portfolio without 100 plus year time horizon in mind. These are not the types of decisions that you take light, he says. Normally, the board wouldn't let societal issues dictate what they did with the endowment. But divesting from fossil fuels is different. What allow this to come together is that the environment is so much a key to our mission of the University of remark. And our focus on the environment and the programs we offer around environment. This particular issue is different than other societal issues. That's something that the board really focused on. This is a place where we can tire investment decisions together with our mission in her brand. He adds that long term fossil fuels aren't the best investment. I think folks will come to the perspective that it's becoming a decreasing Lee attractive investment with a long term rising and mine. Given the opportunity for green investments, the greening of our economy. The focus on renewables sexual movie, says the economic argument is that enough to swing people since oil and gas are still profitable. That's why she has a different approach. We really focus on the fact that it's the right thing to do and no matter what the price of oil is at any given day, we know it's very volatile. It's still important to divest because we have to fight the climate crisis, now 3 50 dot org's wants to see all universities divest. But for the organization, there's one school that would make the biggest impact Harvard. They have a huge endowment. They have been very resistant to divestment. And they're students have waged a campaign for many, many years. I'm late Shredder ABC News. Cuomo's money report is sponsored by Propel Insurance. Wall Street's big rally lot off the accelerator Friday despite a better than expected report on the U. S job market amid worries about worsening U. S China tensions and whether Washington can deliver more aid for the economy. The S and P inched up two points to 3350 won. Technology stocks took losses.

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KOMO

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"3 50 dot org" Discussed on KOMO

"Northwest's only 24 hour news station Coma News, 1000 FM, 97 7 It's 11 46 students are on campus yet, but their voices are still being heard in the form of student activism. Some universities, choosing to divest money from companies and projects negatively affecting global warming. Divest mint movement started in the mid to thousands by students at Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania. It has a simple premise. If it's wrong to cause climate change, it's wrong to profit off, causing climate change. To date, over 1200 institutions have either divested or committed to divest from fossil fuels. A number of schools, both large and small, have made the decision in the past few months. One of the latest is the University of Vermont. Suresh Scaramella, UV EMS president says This decision is in line with the university's commitment, the environment and sustainability decision today from part of fuels. Extend this tradition of significant and decisive steps that I think set the University of Vermont apart because we have led not only on academic programming, but also in research facilities. But of the way we do transportation on campus campus program. In the announcement, Vermont said they had already ended new investments into fossil fuels will allow pre existing private investments to end without renewal and said they plan to view fully divested from public investments. But July 2023 made movie is an executive director at 3 50 dot org's and environmental group looking to end the use of fossil fuels. She says, you viens timeline is more aggressive than usual. What the main demand has been to divest has been to divest over five years. So this three year commitment is really ambitious and really should be celebrated. It's important to understand you know when the campaign was really picking up steam. We didn't know as much as we know now about just how quickly these changes have to happen. So it's great that the students at U V N really pushed for this to happen faster Run lumber, a chairman of the board of trustees at UVM, credited students for their research into divesting there were studios Thoughtful, balanced in their approach and thinking about the elements around sustainability and investment and really look at the complexity of it, because it's a very complicated situation. When you're looking at managing and then download and AH University portfolio with 100 plus year time horizon in mind. These are not the types of decisions that you take light, he says. Normally, the board wouldn't let societal issues dictate what they did with the endowment. But divesting from fossil fuels is different. What a lot of this to come together is that the environment is so much a key to our mission of the University of remark. Our focus on the environment and the programs we offer around environment. This particular issue is different than a societal issues. That's something that the board really focused on. This is a place where we can tire investment decisions together with our mission and our brand. He adds that long term fossil fuels aren't the best investment. I think folks will come to the perspective that it's becoming a decreasing Lee attractive investment with long term rising and mine. Given the opportunity for Green investments. The greening of our economy to focus on renewables sexual movie, says the economic argument is that enough to swing people since oil and gas are still profitable. That's why she has a different approach. We really focus on the fact that it's the right thing to do and no matter what the price of oil is at any given day, we know it's very volatile. It's still important to divest because we have to fight the climate crisis, now 3 50 dot org's wants to see all universities divest. But for the organization, there's one school that would make the biggest impact Harvard. They have a huge and down then they have been very resistant to divestment. And they're students have waged a campaign for many, many years. I'm late. Schneider, ABC News checking Money News one last time before lunchtime at 11. 50. Here is Ross Okay? Global outplacement firm Challenger, Gray and Christmas, says Job cuts, announced by U. S based employers jumped in July 2, the third highest monthly total ever, 54% higher than June and 212% more than this time last year. Last month's cuts bring the yearly total so far to 1.85 million. That news was tempered by the Labor Department's report of a surprising decline in initial jobless claims down in early August for the first time in three weeks. New applications for unemployment benefits dipped by 249,000 airship State of global mobile engagement finds him more of us are opting into sharing our location via mobile. Before the pandemic, the global optimum rate for location sharing had dropped it just under 8%. But between March and June, there was a 30% increase in consumer sharing locations with brands. I'm Ross Okay with your money now a very good day. Going on Wall Street. The Dow is up 169 points, and as it was just a shade under a percentage. It's up 101 and 1/2. Sitting at 11,099. The S and P 500 is up 19 to 33. 46 big money with the progressive home and auto bundle. So I finally bought that new set of golf clubs. Watch out Fairway. Here I come. This is not a really testimonials. Sure customers can save big with progressive, but your other expenses won't just disappear. Are those clubs going to help you when the hot.

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KOMO

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"3 50 dot org" Discussed on KOMO

"Vermont. Suresh Scaramella, UV EMS president says This decision is in line with the university's commitment. The environment and sustainability decision to divest from part fuels extend this tradition of significant and decisive steps that I think that the University of Vermont apart because we have led not only on academic programming, but also in research facilities. Sort of the way we do Transportation on campus campus program. In the announcement, Vermont said they had already ended new investments into fossil fuels will allow pre existing private investments to end without renewal and said they plan to be fully divested from public investments. But July 2023 maybe movie is an executive director at 3 50 dot org's an environmental group looking to end the use of fossil fuels. She says, you viens timeline is more aggressive than usual. What the main demand has been to divest has been to divest over five years. So this three year commitment is really ambitious and really should be celebrated. It's important to understand you know when the campaign was really picking up steam. We didn't know as much as we know now about just how quickly these changes have to happen. So it's great that the students at U V N really pushed for this to happen. Faster Run lumber, chairman of the board of trustees at UVM credited students for their research into divesting there were studios Thoughtful Valence in their approach and thinking about the elements around sustainability and investment and really look at the complexity of it, because it's a very complicated situation when you're looking at managing an endowment and university portfolio with 100 plus year time horizon in mind. These are not the types of decisions that you take light, he says. Normally, the board wouldn't let societal issues dictate what they did with the endowment. But divesting from fossil fuels is different. What a lot of this to come together is that the environment is so much a key to our mission of the University of remark. Our focus on the environment and the programs we offer around environment. This particular issue is different than other societal issues, and that's something that the board really focused on. This is a place where we can tire investment decisions together with our mission and our brand. He adds that long term fossil fuels aren't the best investment. I think folks will come to the perspective that it's becoming a decreasing Lee attractive investment with a long term rising and mine. Given the opportunity for green investments, the greening of our economy. The focus on renewables sexual movie, says the economic argument is that enough to swing people since oil and gas are still profitable. That's why she has a different approach. We really focused on the fact that it's the right thing to do and no matter what the price of oil is at any given day, we know it's very volatile. It's still important to divest because we have to fight the climate crisis, now 3 50 dot org's wants to see all universities divest. But for the organization, there's one school that would make the biggest impact Harvard. They have a huge endowment. They have been very resistant to divestment. And they're students have waged.

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KOMO

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"3 50 dot org" Discussed on KOMO

"On the field at the yearbook, delaying the game for about an hour before the start of the second half. Eventually, around two dozen people were arrested. Despite the pressure from the students. Neither school has announced any decisions to divest. The divest mint movement started in the mid to thousands by students at Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania. It has a simple premise. If it's wrong to cause climate change, it's wrong to profit off, causing climate change. To date, over 1200 institutions have either divested or committed to divested from fossil fuels. A number of schools, both large and small, have made the decision in the past few months. One of the latest is the University of Vermont. Suresh Scaramella, UV EMS president says This decision is in line with the university's commitment, the environment and sustainability decision to divest from fossil fuels. Extend this tradition of significant and decisive steps that I think that the University of Vermont apart because we have led not only on academic programming, but also in research facilities. But of the way we do transportation on campus campus program. In the announcement, Vermont said they had already ended new investments into fossil fuels will allow pre existing private investments to end without renewal and said they plan to be fully divested from public investments. But July 2023 maybe movie is an executive director at 3 50 dot org's and environmental group looking to end the use of fossil fuels. She says, you viens timeline is more aggressive than usual. What the main demand has been to divest has been to divest over five years. So this three year commitment is really ambitious and really should be celebrated. It's important to understand you know when the campaign was really picking up steam. We didn't know is much as we know now about just how quickly these changes have to happen. So it's great that the students at U V N really pushed for this to happen. Faster Run lumber, chairman of the board of trustees at UVM credited students for their research into divesting there were studios Thoughtful, balanced in their approach and thinking about the elements around sustainability and investment and really look at the complexity of it, because it's a very complicated situation when you're looking at managing an endowment and university portfolio without 100 plus year time horizon in mind. These are not the types of decisions that you take light, he says. Normally, the board wouldn't let societal issues dictate what they did with the endowment. But divesting from fossil fuels is different. But a lot of this to come together is that the environment is so much a key to our mission of the University of remark. Our focus on the environment and the programs we offer around environment. This particular issue is different than other societal issues. And it's the thing that the board really focus on. This is a place where we can tire investment decisions together with our mission and our brand. He adds that long term fossil fuels aren't the best investment. I think folks will come to the perspective that it's becoming a decreasing Lee attractive investment with long term rising and mine. Given the opportunity for green investments, the greening of our economy. The focus on renewables sexual movie, says the economic argument is that enough to swing people since oil and gas are still profitable. That's why she has a different approach. We really focus on the fact that it's the right thing to do and no matter what the price of oil is at any given day, we know it's very volatile. It's still important to divest because we have to fight the climate crisis while for other schools thinking about investing, lumber says they can learn from what Vermont has done, I would encourage them to understand the world has changed. If you look at the investment ecosystem, the focus on SG is only increasing in the investment management world of academia. So there's a lot to be learned about what professional investors are doing in terms of sustainability and wise, prudent investments in that, and for movie, each to investment announcement is a win each time there's a new commitment. It gives new inspiration to people who are already having the fight happened on their campuses For a lot of students. They've been fighting for years and years and It could be hard to stay motivated in that situation. So each time you see your peers succeed. It helps you stay in the fight, and that is really, really important. 3 50 dot org's wants to see all universities divest but further organization. There's one school that would make the biggest impact Harvard. They have a huge endowment. They have been very resistant to divestment. And they're students have waged a campaign for many, many years reported for perspective. I'm late Schneider. ABC is coming up urging Americans to stand up for what they truly believe the life and legacy of Congressman John Lewis on perspective After this Summer's not here long so sees the sizzle with WalMart.

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News Radio 1190 KEX

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"3 50 dot org" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Two dozen people were arrested. Despite the pressure from the students. Neither school has announced any decisions to divest. The divest mint movement started in the mid to thousands by students at Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania. It has a simple premise. If it's wrong to cause climate change, it's wrong to profit off, causing climate change. To date, over 1200 institutions have either divested or committed to divested from fossil fuels. A number of schools, both large and small, have made the decision in the past few months. One of the latest is the University of Vermont. Suresh Scaramella, UV EMS president says This decision is in line with the university's commitment, the environment and sustainability decision. Today they're from part fuels extend this tradition of significant and effective steps that I think that the University of Vermont apart because we have led not only on academic programming, but also in research facilities. Out of the way we do Transportation on campus campus program. In the announcement, Vermont said they had already ended new investments into fossil fuels will allow pre existing private investments to end without renewal and said they plan to be fully divested from public investments. But July 2023 maybe movie is an executive director at 3 50 dot org's an environmental group looking to end the use of fossil fuels. He says, you viens timeline is more aggressive than usual. What the main demand has been to divest has been to divest over five years. So this three year commitment is really ambitious and really should be celebrated. It's important to understand you know when the campaign was really picking up steam, we didn't know as much as we know now about just how quickly these changes have to happen. So it's great that the students at U V N really pushed for this to happen. Faster Run lumber, chairman of the board of Trustees at UVM, credited student For their research into divesting. There were studios thoughtful, balanced in their approach and thinking about the elements around sustainability, investment and really look at the complexity of it, because it's a very complicated situation when you're looking at managing an endowment and a university portfolio with 100 plus year time horizon in mind. These are not the types of decisions that you take light, he says. Normally, the board wouldn't let societal issues dictate what they did with the endowment. But divesting from fossil fuels is different. What a lot of this to come together is that the environment is so much a key to our mission of the University of remark. And our focus on the environment and the programs we offer around environment. This particular issue is different than a societal issues, and it's something that the board really focused on. This is a place where we can tire investment decisions together with our mission and our brand. He adds that long term fossil fuels aren't the best investment. I think folks will come to the perspective that it's becoming a decreasing Lee attractive investment with a long term rising and mine. Given the opportunity for green investments, the greening of our economy. The focus on renewables sexual movie, says the economic argument is that enough to swing people since oil and gas are still profitable. That's why she has a different approach. We really focused on the fact that it's the right thing to do and no matter what the price of oil is at any given day, we know it's a very volatile It's still important to divest because we have to fight the climate crisis now for other schools thinking about investing, lumber says they can learn from what Vermont has done. I would encourage them to understand the world has changed. If you look at the investment ecosystem, the focus on SG is only increasing in the investment management World comeback anemia, So there's a lot to be learned about what professional investors are doing in terms of sustainability and wise, prudent investments in that river and for movie each to investment announcement is a win each time there's a new commitment. It gives new inspiration to people who are already having the fight happened on their campuses. For a lot of students. They've been fighting for years and years, and it can be hard to stay motivated in that situation, so each time you see your peers succeed. It helps you stay in the fight, and that is really, really important. 3 50 dot org's wants to see all universities divest. But for the organization, there's one school that would make the biggest impact. Harvard. They have a huge endowment. They have been very resistant to divestment and their students have waged a campaign for many, many years reported.

UVM Vermont Suresh Scaramella executive director Swarthmore College Pennsylvania University of remark Harvard chairman president Lee
"3 50 dot org" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"3 50 dot org" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Dozen people were arrested. Despite the pressure from the students, neither school has announced any decisions to divest. The divest mint movement started in the mid to thousands by students at Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania. It has a simple premise. If it's wrong to cause climate change, it's wrong to profit off, causing climate change. To date, over 1200 institutions have either divested or committed to divested from fossil fuels. A number of schools, both large and small, have made the decision in the past few months. One of the latest is the University of Vermont. Suresh Scaramella, UV EMS president says This decision is in line with the university's commitment, the environment and sustainability decision Today they're from part fuels. Extend this tradition of significant and decisive steps that I think that the University of Vermont apart because we have led not only on academic programming. It also own research facilities, so the way we do transportation on campus campus program. In the announcement, Vermont said they had already ended new investments into fossil fuels will allow pre exist in private investments to end without renewal and said they plan to be fully divested from public investments. But July 2023 maybe movie is an executive director at 3 50 dot org's and environmental group looking to end the use of fossil fuels. He says, you viens timeline is more aggressive than usual. What the main demand has been to divest has been to divest over five years. So this three year commitment is really ambitious and really should be celebrated. It's important to understand you know when the campaign was really picking up steam. We didn't know as much as we know now about just how quickly these changes have to happen. So it's great that the students at U V N really pushed for this to happen. Faster Run lumber, chairman of the board of trustees at UVM credited students for their research into divesting there were studios Thoughtful, balanced in their approach and thinking about the elements around sustainability and investment and really look at the complexity of it, because it's a very complicated situation. When you're looking at managing an endowment and university portfolio without 100 plus year time horizon in mind. These are not the types of decisions that you take light, he says. Normally, the board wouldn't let societal issues dictate what they did with the endowment. But divesting from fossil fuels is different. But a lot of this to come together is that the environment is so much key to our mission of the University of remark and our focus on the environment and the programs we offer around environment. This particular issue is different than other societal issues, and it's something that the board really focused on. This is a place where we can tire investment decisions together with our mission and our brand. He adds that long term fossil fuels aren't the best investment. I think folks will come to the Perspective that it's becoming a decreasing Lee attractive investment with a long term rising and mine. Given the opportunity for green investments, the greening of our economy, the focus on renewables etcetera movie says the economic argument is that enough to swing people since oil and gas are still profitable. That's why she has a different approach. We really focus on the fact that it's the right thing to do. And no matter what the price of oil is at any given day, we know it's very volatile. It's still important to divest because we have to fight the climate crisis now for other schools, thinking about divesting lumber says they can learn from what Vermont has done, I would encourage them to understand the world has changed. If you look at the investment ecosystem, the focus on SG is only increasing in the investment management World comeback anemia, So there's a lot to be learned about what professional investors are doing in terms of sustainability and wise, prudent investments in that, and for movie. Each divestment announcement is a win each time there's a new commitment. It gives new inspiration to people who are already having the fight happened on their campuses For a lot of students. They've been fighting for years and years and It could be hard to stay motivated in that situation. So each time you see your peers succeed. It helps you stay in the fight, and that is really, really important. 3 50 dot org's wants to see all universities divest but further organization. There's one school that would make the biggest impact Harvard. They have a huge endowment. They have been very resistant to divestment. And they're students have waged a campaign for many, many years reported for.

Suresh Scaramella UVM Vermont Swarthmore College Pennsylvania University of remark executive director chairman president Lee
"3 50 dot org" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"3 50 dot org" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Despite the pressure from the students, neither school has announced any decisions to divest. The divest mint movement started in the mid to thousands by students at Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania. It has a simple premise. If it's wrong to cause climate change, it's wrong to profit off, causing climate change. To date, over 1200 institutions have either divested or committed to divested from fossil fuels. A number of schools, both large and small, have made the decision in the past few months. One of the latest is the University of Vermont. Suresh Scaramella, UV EMS president says This decision is in line with the university's commitment, the environment and sustainability decision Today they're from part fuels extend this tradition of significant and effective steps that I think that the University of Vermont apart because we have led not only on academic programming, but also in research facilities. But of the way we do transportation on campus campus program. In the announcement, Vermont said they had already ended new investments into fossil fuels will allow pre existing private investments to end without renewal and said they plan to be fully divested from public investments. But July 2023 made movie is an executive director at 3 50 dot org's and environmental group looking to end the use of fossil fuels. She says, you viens timeline is more aggressive than usual. What the main demand has been to divest has been to divest over five years. So this three year commitment is really ambitious and really should be celebrated. It's important to understand you know when the campaign was really picking up steam. We didn't know as much as we know now about just how quickly these changes have to happen. So it's great that the students at U V N really pushed for this to happen faster Run lumber, a chairman of the board of trustees at UVM, credited students for their research into divesting there were studios Thoughtful, balanced in their approach and thinking about the elements around sustainability, investment and really look at the complexity of it, because it's a very complicated situation when you're looking at managing an endowment and university portfolio with 100 plus year time horizon in mind. These are not the types of decisions that you take light, he says. Normally, the board wouldn't let societal issues dictate what they did with the endowment. But divesting from fossil fuels is different. What a lot of this to come together is that the environment is so much key to our mission of the University of Amar. And our focus on the environment and the programs we offer around environment. This particular issue is different than other societal issues. And it's the thing that the board really focused on. This is a place where we can tire investment decisions together with our mission and our brand. He adds that long term fossil fuels aren't the best investment. I think folks will come to the Perspective that it's becoming a decreasing Lee attractive investment with a long term rising and mine. Given the opportunity for green investments, the greening of our economy, the focus on renewables etcetera movie says the economic argument is that enough to swing people since oil and gas are still profitable. That's why she has a different approach. We really focused on the fact that it's the right thing to do, and No matter what the price of oil is at any given day, we know it's very volatile. It's still important to divest because we have to fight the climate crisis now for other schools thinking about investing, lumber says they can learn from what Vermont has done, I would encourage them to understand the world has changed. If you look at the investment ecosystem, the focus on SG is only increasing in the investment management world of academia. So there's a lot to be learned about what professional investors are doing in terms of sustainability and wise, prudent investments in that river. And for movie. Each divestment announcement is a win each time there's a new commitment. It gives new inspiration to people who are already having the fight happened on their campuses For a lot of students. They've been fighting for years and years and It could be hard to stay motivated in that situation. So each time you see your peers succeed. It helps you stay in the fight, and that is really, really important. 3 50 dot org's wants to see all universities divest. But for the organization, there's one school that would make the biggest impact Harvard. They have a huge endowment. They have been very resistant to divestment. And they're students have waged a campaign for many, many years reported for perspective. I'm late.

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"3 50 dot org" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"3 50 dot org" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Divest from fossil fuels. A group of about 250 protested on the field at the Yale Bowl, delaying the game for about an hour before the start of the second half. Eventually, around two dozen people were arrested. Despite the pressure from the students, neither school has announced any decisions to divest. The divest mint movement started in the mid to thousands by students at Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania. It has a simple premise. If it's wrong to cause climate change, it's wrong to profit off, causing climate change. To date, over 1200 institutions have either divested or committed to divest from fossil fuels. A number of schools, both large and small, have made the decision in the past few months. One of the latest is the University of Vermont. Suresh Scaramella, UV EMS president says This decision is in line with the university's commitment, the environment and sustainability decision to divest from part fuels. Extend this tradition of significant and decisive steps that I think that the University of Vermont apart because we have led not only on academic programming. It all turned research facilities, so the way we do transportation on campus campus program. In the announcement, Vermont said they had already ended new investments into fossil fuels will allow pre existing private investments to end without renewal and said they plan to be fully divested from public investments. But July 2023 maybe movie is an executive director at 3 50 dot org's and environmental group. Looking to end the use of fossil fuels, she says, you viens timeline is more aggressive than usual. Same demand has been to divest has been to divest over five years. So this three year commitment is really ambitious and and really should be celebrated. It's important to understand you know when the campaign was really picking up steam. We didn't know as much as we know now about just how quickly these changes have to happen. So it's great that the students at U V N really pushed for this to happen. Faster Run lumber, chairman of the board of trustees at UVM credited students for their research into divesting there were studios Thoughtful, balanced in their approach and thinking about the elements around sustainability and investment and really look at the complexity of it because it's a very complicated situation. When you're looking at managing an endowment and university portfolio with 100 plus year time horizon in mind, these are not the types of decisions that you take light, he says. Normally, the board wouldn't let societal issues dictate what they did with the endowment. But divesting from fossil fuels is different. What a lot of this to come together is that the environment is so much a key to our mission of the University of remark and our focus on the environment and the programs we offer around environment. This particular issue is different than other societal issues. And it's the thing that the board really focused on. This is a place where we can tire investment decisions together with our mission and our brand. He has that long term fossil fuels aren't the best investment. I think folks will come to the Perspective that it's becoming a decreasing Lee attractive investment with a long term rising and nine given the opportunity for green investments. The greening of our economy to focus on renewables etcetera movie says the economic argument is that enough to swing people since oil and gas are still profitable. That's why she has a different approach. We really focused on the fact that it's the right thing to do. And no matter what the price of oil is at any given day, we know it's very volatile. It's still important to divest because we have to fight the climate crisis now for other schools, thinking about divesting lumber says they can learn from what Vermont has done, I would encourage them to understand the world has changed. If you look at the investment ecosystem, the focus on SG is only increasing in the investment management world of academia. So there's a lot to be learned about what professional investors are doing in terms of sustainability and wise, prudent investments in that river and for movie each to investment announcement is a win each time there's a new commitment. It gives new inspiration to people who are already having the fight happened on their campuses For a lot of students. They've been fighting for years and years and It could be hard to stay motivated in that situation. So each time you see your peers succeed. It helps you stay in the fight, and that is really, really important. 3 50 dot org's wants to see all universities divest. But for the organization, there's one school that would make the biggest impact Harvard. They have a huge endowment. They have been very resistant to divestment. And they're students have waged a campaign for many, many years reported for perspective..

UVM Vermont executive director Yale Bowl Swarthmore College Pennsylvania Suresh Scaramella University of remark chairman president Lee
"3 50 dot org" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"3 50 dot org" Discussed on KOMO

"Fossil fuels. A group of about 250 protested on the field at the yearbook, delaying the game for about an hour before the start of the second half. Eventually, around two dozen people were arrested. Despite the pressure from the students, neither school has announced any decisions to divest. The divestment movement started in the mid to thousands by students at Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania. It has a simple premise. If it's wrong to cause climate change, it's wrong to profit off, causing climate change. To date, over 1200 institutions have either divested or committed to divest from fossil fuels. A number of schools, both large and small, have made the decision in the past few months. One of the latest is the University of Vermont. Suresh Scaramella, UV EMS president says This decision is in line with the university's commitment, the environment and sustainability decision to divest from partial fuels. Extend this tradition of significant and decisive steps that I think that the University of Vermont apart because we have led not only on academic programming, but also in research facilities. But of the way we do transportation on campus campus program. In the announcement, Vermont said they had already ended new investments into fossil fuels will allow pre existing private investments to end without renewal and said they plan to be fully divested from public investments. But July 2023 maybe movie is an executive director at 3 50 dot org's and environmental group looking to end the use of fossil fuels. She says, you viens timeline is more aggressive than usual. What the main demand has been to divest has been to divest over five years. So this three year commitment is really ambitious and really should be celebrated. It's important to understand you know when the campaign was really picking up steam. We didn't know as much as we know now about just how quickly these changes have to happen. So it's great that the students at U V N really pushed for this to happen faster Run lumber, a chairman of the board of trustees at UVM, credited students for their research into divesting there were studios Thoughtful, balanced in their approach and thinking about the elements around sustainability and investment and really look at the complexity of it, because it's a very complicated situation when you're looking at managing an endowment and university portfolio with 100 plus year time horizon in mind. These are not the types of decisions that you take light, he says. Normally, the board wouldn't let societal issues dictate what they did with the endowment. But divesting from fossil fuels is different. What allow this to come together is that the environment is so much a key to our mission of the University of remark. Our focus on the environment and the programs we offer around environment. This particular issue is different than other societal issues, and it's something that the board really focused on. This is a place where we can tire investment decisions together with our mission and our brand. He adds that long term fossil fuels aren't the best investment. I think folks will come to the perspective that it's becoming a decreasing Lee attractive investment with a long term rising and nine Given the opportunity for Green investments. The greening of our economy to focus on renewables sexual movie, says the economic argument is that enough to swing people since oil and gas are still profitable. That's why she has a different approach. We really focus on the fact that it's the right thing to do and no matter what the price of oil is at any given day, we know it's very volatile. It's still important to divest because we have to fight the climate crisis while for other schools thinking about investing, lumber says they can learn from what Vermont has done, I would encourage them to understand the world has changed. If you look at the investment ecosystem, the focus on SG is only increasing in the investment management world of academia. So there's a lot to be learned about what professional investors are doing in terms of sustainability and wise, prudent investments in that regard, and for movie. Each to investment announcement is a win each time there's a new commitment. It gives new inspiration to people who are already having the fight happened on their campuses For a lot of students. They've been fighting for years and years and It can be hard to stay motivated in that situation. So each time you see your peers succeed. It helps you stay in the fight, and that is really, really important. 3 50 dot org's wants to see all universities divest. But for the organization, there's one school that would make the biggest impact Harvard. They have a huge endowment. They have been very resistant to divestment. And they're students have waged a campaign for many, many years reported.

UVM Vermont Swarthmore College executive director Pennsylvania Suresh Scaramella University of remark chairman president Lee