Fossil Free Careers

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 University Careers Departments are actively promoting careers in the oil, gas, and mining industries. They are propping up the industries most responsible for the climate and ecological crisis. People & Planet are campaigning to end this recruitment pipeline, and to build a just and liveable world for all.

Fossil Free Careers Action Guide

Want to fight for climate justice and take on the power of the oil, gas, and mining industry? We're building a student movement to cut off the recruitment pipeline into the big polluters - check out this step-by-step guide to getting involved.

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Fossil Free Careers Flyer

Feel free to print these flyers out and use them for your campaign. You can put them on the table on your outreach stall, or take a stack with you to your action and use them to engage folks passing by and tell them about the campaign.

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Fossil Free Careers Flyer

Feel free to print these flyers out and use them for your campaign. You can put them on the table on your outreach stall, or take a stack with you to your action and use them to engage folks passing by and tell them about the campaign.

82.5kB pdf download

Fossil Free Careers Logos

Feel free to use these Fossil Free Careers logos in your designs, posters, flyers, social media posts and banners. Available in horizontal and square formats, and in multiple colour schemes.

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Press Release: University staff union calls for end to fossil fuel recruitment on UK campuses

The UK’s largest university staff union, University and College Union (UCU) has voted to back the student-led campaign for Fossil Free Careers at their annual Congress. Delegates at Congress, the supreme policy-making body of the UCU, voted to back the campaign and to “actively work with People & Planet to publicly support the student-led Fossil Free Careers campaign, calling on careers services to align their operations with sustainability considerations particularly by declining to promote oil, gas and mining companies.”

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