Another View: An energy leader factors climate change into its plans
Now, the energy giant and several other businesses are factoring the likelihood of a carbon tax into their long-range plans.
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#1 Dec 20, 2013
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Exxon Mobil is among the nationís most conservative companies. Its new position puts it at odds with the more conservative wing of the GOP, which denies climate change and opposes policies that would put a price on carbon.
In truth Exxon Mobil will explore other avenues to oppose AGW legislation & reduce their responsible share, while looking sweetly benign to the American public. Expect lots of "looking good" advertising.
#2 Dec 23, 2013
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Exxon Mobil..... puts it at odds with the more conservative wing of the GOP, which denies climate change and opposes policies that would put a price on carbon.
Exxon Mobil is approaching AGW from a different direction. Between re-pubs & their own method of sounding sweet to the public, something will pop to reduce Exxon's cost outlay to AGW reduction.
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