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Student group continues to push for greener campus

The Environmental Action Group announced in a press conference Tuesday afternoon that President Mary Ellen Mazey denied the group’s request for 100 percent clean energy.

EAG members and some administrators who support the group met with Mazey on Tuesday morning to discuss the efforts of their campaign to transition the University to use clean energy sources by 2020.

“We the students are very disappointed that President Mazey won’t take this opportunity to lead our University in the right direction,” Madison Thomas, who attended the meeting with Mazey, said in a press release. “She isn’t saying no to Environmental Action Group. She’s saying no to the 2,700 students who have signed our petition and the 14 student organizations that have signed onto our coalition letter.”

Mazey stated the goal was not realistic enough and emphasized the need for further research, Brooke Scarborough said during the press conference.

Although Mazey has denied the group’s proposal, the group will not give up, Scarborough said.

“The students are disappointed, but not discouraged,” she said. “They will continue to pressure the University’s leaders to act and will show the strength through vast student support they have received thus far.”

Environmental Action Group President Josh Chamberland also made a statement about the group’s next step.

“We are going to continue to show President Mazey the overwhelming student support,” Chamberland said. “It is ambitious and we know that … if we plan for it, we can definitely make it happen.”

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