But the result, as The Guardian‘s Fiona Harvey points out, is that
carbon dioxide emissions will rise by more than a quarter by 2030 – a disaster, according to scientists, because if the world is to avoid dangerous climate change then studies suggest emissions must peak in the next three years or so.
Would it be beyond trite to point out that BP has a real nerve being so cocky about their environmentally damaging practices after what they did to our Gulf?
I think maybe the word “divestment” needs to be brought to play in dealing with this company very very soon.
(quote from the article below)
So-called unconventional oil – shale oil, tar sands and biofuels – are the most controversial forms of the fuel, because they are much more carbon-intensive than conventional oilfields. They require large amounts of energy and water, and have been associated with serious environmental damages.Add your thoughts here… (optional)