In many cases he referred to scientific papers or congressional testimony as "deliverables" in correspondence with his funders, which include ExxonMobil, Southern Company, the American Petroleum Institute, DonorsTrust, and the Charles G. Koch Foundation.
77 percent of those surveyed said that putting their families first was why women don't reach upper level management, but a Harvard study found no connection between lack of women in senior positions and asking for family accommodations.
Harvard President Drew Faust opposes divesting Harvard University of fossil fuel investments. In this exclusive video, we see that the problem with advancing a morally indefensible position is that your argument quickly becomes a house of cards.
Harvard President Drew Faust opposes divesting from companies with products and services that are destroying a livable climate for its students because they and the University use those products and services. Much like the original Dr. Faust, she is trading moral integrity for worldly gains.