Offshore drilling fail

#ExxonKnew Epic Fail: Oil Companies DID NOT build “their rigs to account for sea-level rise”

H/T to Dr. Willie Soon for sending me something to ridicule this morning. This is just fracking mental… The Oil Giants Might Finally Pay for Pulling the Biggest Hoax of AllNew York State is alleging ExxonMobil knew the risks of climate change and defrauded its investors by misrepresenting them. BY CHARLES P. PIERCEAUG 7, 2019 [……

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Yahoo! Finance ExxonMobil Divestment Fail

Guest slam dunk by David Middleton Yahoo! finance… A Major Shareholder Has Divested From Exxon Say Contributor July 2, 2019 One of ExxonMobil’s biggest shareholders, Legal & General Investment Management, has removed the company from its $6.3 billion “Future World” funds over its failure to respond to climate change. LGIM, among Britain’s largest asset managers,…

Divestment Delusions Part Deux: Trillions Under Management

Guest ridiculing by David Middleton This is sort of a sequel to yesterday’s post about “Weepy Bill.” How often have you seen grandiose statements like these in moronic articles about fossil fuel divestment movements? Global Fossil Fuel Divestment Movement Reaches $6.24 Trillion in Assets Under Management The new divestment report, by Arabella Advisors, calculates that…

Fair trade for thee, but not for me

 Imagine what a Tesla or wind turbine would cost if the Left followed its own “principles” Paul Driessen “Nobody wants to buy something that was made by exploiting someone else,” Ben & Jerry’s and Fair Trade co-founder Jerry Greenfield likes to tell us. Let’s hope he doesn’t drive an electric vehicle, doesn’t use a laptop…

Exxonomics

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach The British rag “The Guardian” gets astounding web traction. Here’s the headline and first part of a story that, despite only being posted yesterday, has already spawned ninety-five copies across the web: Exxon knew of climate change in 1981, email says – but it funded deniers for 27 more years…

Ambler's rebuttal to Mann in the Wall Street Journal

Guest post by Harold Ambler The reasons that climatologist Michael Mann is as successful as he is are multiple: 1. He told the United Nations something that it was dying to hear (he offered certainty when all else saw uncertainty) 2. He has brought serious money to the universities that house him (and run cover for…