Two people from polar opposites of the political and ecological spectrum are in the news.
OPEC concedes that climate campaigners are “perhaps the greatest threat to our industry going forward”.
One of Britain’s biggest fund managers has started selling shares in Exxon Mobil, “saying America’s largest oil company isn’t doing enough to address climate change.”
A document from the early nineties reveals that Mobil was worried about climate change and secondly it was already funding groups with the intention of obfuscating the debate.
No matter how much spin they put on it, Canada is heading for its Kodak-climate moment.
The Trump Administration is redoubling its assault on the climate. Part of that is trying to redefine fossil fuels as “molecules of U.S. freedom” and “freedom gas.”
We are all now a living experiment. Never before in human history have carbon dioxide levels reached 415 parts per million.
In what can only be described as verging on the bizarre, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has given the contract to fight fake news to an organization that pushes fake news on climate change.
On Friday, the youth spoke. And they spoke loudly. In excess of a million young people skipped school and colleges and marched around the globe demanding urgent action on climate change.
One of the world’s most secretive billionaires is still pouring millions into climate denial, despite scientists concluding we have reached the “gold standard” linking human activity to climate change.