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Sebastian Plubins Aug 12
The oil industry has much to fear from the , which aims to limit temperature rises to less than 2°C above the pre-industrial era. To curb carbon emissions, demand and PRICES will have to drop, leaving huge
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LisaFischer Aug 6
Must-read for investors/auditors: costs are already significant for and companies. Even a slight change due to effective policy, or could make those balance sheets tumble.
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Thomas J. Thias / Clean Energy Retort Aug 8
Replying to @UPS
ASKING/ . Grid Add's More , Non-Bio & Daily = Adding Polluting Spewing Infrastructure Is Contrary To Any Mission Statement = W H Y?
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Thomas J. Thias / Clean Energy Retort Aug 6
ED. RETORT/ OP/ Yup, , Keep Them Rolling! Lol! W/55,000,000+ China Retail Market's 10% 's Car Ban Looming For 2019 Pump Those Fuel Guzzeling Car's, Truck's & Lorries Into Western Europe Before They Become !
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Helen Camakaris Aug 7
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Tony Addison Aug 5
"The world’s biggest oil companies are systematically over-valuing their assets based on excessively optimistic forecasts of future prices, according to a leading investor". via
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Carbon Tracker Aug 6
Oil investors are complacent on : "In general majors don’t give investors enough detail to indicate how a sub-2 degrees Celsius scenario would credibly affect the value of their assets"
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Tower Hamlets Divest 15h
What happens to fossil fuel investments when renewable energy is free?
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Andrew Buckwell Aug 5
Will any of the lump sum be invested in potential while it awaits disbursements?
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juliendossier 21h
very constructive on seen from a angle. Still doesn’t address questions of inequalities, climate debt, conspicuous consumption, solutions for or levels of coercition required in the face of dwindling
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Anthony Hobley 5h
Will the new reality that will soon be cheaper than all alternatives lead to a wave of corporate M&A to create an age of wind & solar majors?
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Talk Fracking Aug 13
UK pension funds could face legal action over climate risk, including BP, Tesco and BAE Systems, say ClientEarth
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Alan Cordova Aug 12
"Forecasts suggest that it may be cheaper to build new + than to continue operating existing plants by 2035…natural gas plants built today…could become '.'"
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Kirill Klip, private account Aug 12
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Kirill Klip, private account Aug 12
Complications of the & sponsored Party in the West will be the severe hangover and very far-reaching changes in the balance of power. The West is literally facing trillions of dollars in
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Kirill Klip, private account Aug 12
power will be greatly diminished and trillions in will the price to be paid for the years of the bloody domination by the West in the 20th century.
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Kirill Klip, private account Aug 12
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Kirill Klip, private account Aug 12
Race: The West is literally facing trillions of dollars in the all across $12 Trillion dollars industries of & , but now you have to add all complex on top of it as well
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Kirill Klip, private account Aug 12
& Join Club - Double talk by ALL major western will make their production facilities multi-billon example of left after
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Kirill Klip, private account Aug 12
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