This is the fourth consecutive year CJBC has pushed for the University to divest from fossil fuels.
On Thursday night, environmentalist Bill McKibben spoke about his experiences in the field and how politicians, businessmen, and Pope Francis address environmental issues.
‘At this crucial point in history, BC has an undeniable responsibility and enormous opportunity to act. We should be the leaders we’re called to be.’
Members of Climate Justice at Boston College respond to Pope’s encyclical in first approved event.
They now have provisional status as a registered student organizations.
CJBC has now become a registered RSO, but they are still facing some unexpected restrictions.
The group gained prominence on campus this past school year, when it staged a series of vigils, protests, and educational events.
The students participating in the overnight vigil plan to present Leahy with a list of demands when he arrives in the morning.