Cornell Votes Against Divesting From Fossil-Fuel InvestmentsBy
University's fund has about $24 million in energy investments
Guidelines approved to sell for socially responsible reasons
Cornell University’s trustees voted against divesting from fossil-fuel investments in its $6.3 billion endowment and also approved guidelines on selling university funds for socially responsible reasons.
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