Silicon Valley water district moves to join global warming divestment movement
In the 1980s, hundreds of American cities, states and universities sold their investments in South African companies as part of a protest against that country's former apartheid government.
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#1 Aug 27, 2013
This is actually wise in terms that ending subsidies for fossil fuels, limiting CO2 emissions etc will lower the rate of return for coal and oil companies and may affect their 'reserves' with unusuable resources.
But it would be better to focus on the positive. The jobs and development potential of green energy projects. THERE is where the innovation of silicon valley can shine.
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