'Fossil free research': Universities urged to cut ties with fossil fuel industry

More than 500 scientists and academics sign open letter demanding change

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Academics and students from universities including Harvard (pictured) organised the open letter
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Academics and students from universities including Harvard (pictured) organised the open letter

Academics call on universities to stop accepting research funding from fossil fuel firms, arguing these partnerships provide a platform for firms to 'greenwash'

More than 500 leading academics and climate experts have signed an open letter calling on universities to cut research ties with the fossil fuel industry. The letter, which has been organised by a new...

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