University of Toronto Librarians and Faculty are increasingly coming out in favour of fossil fuel divestment.
The campaign has been widely endorsed by organizations on campus, and prominent individuals associated with the university.
More than 220 librarians and faculty members have signed the open letter so far.
The President’s Ad Hoc Advisory Committee on Divestment from Fossil Fuels has advised President Gertler to divest!
U of T Librarians: Sign the Open LetterRead the petition
|14||Jenaya Webb||Public Services Librarian, OISE Library|
|12||Nicholas Worby||Government Information & Statistics Librarian, Robarts Reference & Research Services|
|11||Margaret Wall||Librarian, Robarts Library|
|10||Whitney Kemble||Liaison Librarian, UTSC|
|9||Jeff Newman||College Librarian, New College.|
|8||Tim Neufeldt||Reference and Instruction Librarian, Faculty of Music Library|
|7||walter wodchis||associate professor, institute of health policy management and evaluation|
|6||Karen Wishart||Emmanuel Library, Victoria College|
|5||Nalini Singh||Reference Services Coordinator, Inforum, Faculty of Information, University of Toronto|
|4||Michael Bramah||Head of Technical Services, John M. Kelly Library, University of St. Michael's College in the University of Toronto|
|3||Ksenya Kiebuzinski||Head, Petro Jacyk Central and East European Resource Centre|
|2||Jacqueline Whyte Appleby||Scholars Portal, U of T Libraries|
|1||Elizabeth Ridolfo||Special Projects Librarian Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library|