Maybe Bowdoin and other campuses in Maine would be open to hearing the facts that wind turbines have nothing but symbolic value, e.g., Robert Bryce's "Climate Change Scarecrows".
Excerpt: (from Bowdoin Orient's Editorial Board)
We are beginning to see students who do not support divestment speak out. Kuangji Chen ’15 wrote a detailed op-ed this week in which he argues that the financial costs of divestment outweigh its symbolic value.
Excerpt from the piece written by Kuangji Chen mentioned above:
Members of BCA continue to say that they do not support divestment at the cost of financial aid. They make unsupported claims that there are alternative fossil-free investment strategies that Bowdoin could easily pursue without hurting the endowment’s returns. However, this utopian belief ignores the basic economics of investment.