NAS Policy Director Rachelle Peterson spoke in New Orleans, LA on the future of divestment.
Rachelle Peterson describes the steps that led to the closing of the Divestment Student Network (DSN).
The entirety of a five-part essay, Mizzou Madness: A Case Study of Non-Diversity, Non-Freedom, and Non-Academics in Higher Education, by political scientist J. Martin Rochester.
NAS celebrates a victory as the Divestment Student Network closes.
Frontier Centre for Public Policy releases a report illuminating the failed agenda of fossil fuel divestment.
Rachelle Peterson discusses the greening of Oklahoma's universities.
Rachelle Peterson writes for the National Review about an important new documentary, Climate Hustle.
Rachelle Peterson discusses her Weekly Standard article, "Why They Hate Exxon," on the Mandy Connell Show.
The crusade to kill fossil fuels continues.
The American Historical Association voted against a resolution to condemn Israel.
Activists vastly overstate fossil fuel divestment pledges.
The National Association of Scholars remembers who stood out this year in higher education.
Stanley Fish writes on the campus divestment movement and the role of the university.
A first look at the launch of "Inside Divestment: The Illiberal Movement to Turn a Generation Against Fossil Fuels."
Rachelle Peterson joins a panel hosted by Dr. David Kreutzer with Dr. Stanley Kurtz and Brendan Williams about the campus divestment movement.
Rachelle Peterson takes viewers inside NAS's new study on the fossil fuel divestment campaign.
A comprehensive account of the campus fossil fuel divestment movement.
NAS Director of Research Projects Rachelle Peterson will speak at the Heritage Foundation on Friday, November 13.
Naomi Klein's new movie admits conservative critics of the environmental left were right.
Rachelle Peterson explains that divestment activists have silenced debate, but done little to aid the environment.
Virginia Thomas takes viewers inside the NAS report, Sustainability: Higher Education's New Fundamentalism.
Peter Wood comments on 350.org's response to Rachelle Peterson's recent piece about the college divestment movement.
Rachelle Peterson discussed the college divestment movement in the New York Times Room for Debate.
The fossil fuel divestment campaign declares war on free speech.
Prominent sustainability activist Bill McKibben offers some answers to questions posed by NAS.
The fossil fuel divestment fad indulges fantasy rather than grappling with economic realities.
Divestment activism has failed. Universities are learning that sanctions rarely accomplish anything.
It doesn't take much to be accused of being a climate change "denier." You don't even have to deny climate change.
Students stage sit-ins for divestment, claiming to be "oppressed" by college trustees.
Nationally syndicated columnist George F. Will devotes his most recent column to the new NAS report.
Activists worldwide are converging to demand divestment from fossil fuels.
Rachelle Peterson writes for National Review Online on why climate activists' latest cause has them sounding like stock market analysts.
Harvard students sue to divest from fossil fuels.
"Divestment will again harm Africans, but this time to no good end." Dr. Caleb Rossiter, an adjunct professor at American University, weighs in.
Campus activists fight against an imaginary villain of social injustice.
NAS board member Peter Berkowitz reflects on Swarthmore President Rebecca Chopp's departure from Swarthmore.
Divestment isn't about stocks; it's about souls.
With regard to climate change, the academy enforces a hardened orthodoxy with increasing determination.
The divestment movement suffers a devastating defeat at Hamilton College.
At a sustainability festival at The New School, students complacently accepted pseudo-scientific claims and the nationwide campaign to divest holdings from oil companies.
CFOs lack confidence in their institutions' financial sustainability, Loyola University fails to enroll enough students to make budget, and the University of Wisconsin announces a "flexible option" for college credit.
The current mania over fossil fuel divestment tends to be heavy on emotion and light on logic.
Five Swarthmore professors call for "the moral equivalent of war."
Peter Wood comments on the most recent display of the sustainability movement's "new anger" at Swarthmore College.