College students are getting riled up over climate change, pressuring their schools to divest of financial holdings in companies considered responsible for global warming. Student governments and investment advisory committees at Stanford, Harvard, and the University of Washington recently passed resolutions calling for an end to university investments in companies making up the Global Climate Coalition, a lobbying organization of oil companies, automakers, chemical manufacturers, and other global warming skeptics. University regents and trustees will soon vote on the resolutions.