Gregory Boyce chairman, Peabody Energy - Aaron M. Sprecher, Getty Images

Vested interests vs. climate change

: Gregory Boyce chairman, Peabody Energy - Aaron M. Sprecher, Getty Images

This is what these times are actually about: just who is in charge of our globalised world?

http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2015/apr/29/fossil-fuel-companies-defy-warnings-on-burning-reserves

5 thoughts on “Vested interests vs. climate change

  1. Venkatasamy Rama KrishnaVenkatasamy Rama Krishna

    The power of vested interested has grown into a monster that is swallowing the whole world fast. Lobbying has become a profession, not taught at universities. Corporations are controlling everything across the globe. Too many of the reputable organizations, or what used to be reputable organizations, are now now working under instructions. I am sure even Ban Ki-moon would like to keep his job for a while.
    The Vatican…..we shall have to wait and see.

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