Exxon Among Targets for Divestiture in Climate Push
Cyclists form the shape of a giant bicycle as environmental campaigners 350.org launch their Moving Planet -- a global day of events focused on moving the planet away from fossil fuels towards a safer climate future -- at Haggerston Park in east London, 2011.
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#1 Jul 26, 2013
You guys realize that when (not 'if') a "Green" company becomes large enough to be a threat to big bad oil the conglomerates will simply take a week's net profits and buy it.
Just one more dire forecast that will worry those pretty little heads of yours.
Do you not see the "tipping points" that have been prophesized were reached decades ago. It is only a matter of wait and see so we can all chill now and go out and buy some extra blankets cuz the last week in July promises to set new records of cold in The Northern Hemisphere.
Stay warm my friends... If you can.
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