April 2th - April 13th, we need YOU to join hundreds of students across
the country fighting in solidarity for 100% clean energy at Michigan State University.
Michigan State University has the largest on-campus coal
plant in the
United States, burning over 200,000 tons of dirty, dangerous coal every year.
For over two years, the university has failed to prioritize students’ concerns
about the health and environmental impacts of burning coal on campus - but
these students aren’t giving up. In fact, they’re speaking truth to power and
demanding MSU transition to 100% clean energy like wind, solar, and geothermal.
During this Week of Action, students nationwide will drive thousands of phone calls and emails into MSU’s Board of Trustees in support of clean energy. The following week, hundreds of students and community members from Michigan and beyond will come together at MSU to protest and demand clean energy solutions from the university.
On April 13th, MSU’s Board of Trustees
will be voting on a proposed plan to transition their campus to clean energy. This is a huge opportunity to set the
standard for schools across the country. It’s THE moment to draw a line in
the sand, demand nothing less than 100% clean energy, and come together as a
movement united for change.
Let's show the Board that the eyes of students and communities
across the nation are on them.