Council intern and Duke Divinity School student Nina Voli contributed a powerful column to The Chronicle about the proposal to build a natural gas power plant on Duke’s campus.
She writes in part:
I speak for myself and many other Divinity School colleagues when I say that it grieves us to witness the institution of which we are a part making choices that harm rather than heal creation, a precious gift for which we are entrusted responsibility. The status quo, business-as-usual way of obtaining energy simply will not succeed in a century of urgent global ecological realities. It will fail us in the end, and in fact, it already has.
Read her entire column here.