Friday, January 24, 2014

Split in 1% over fossil fuels continues to widen

NYTimes.com: "Coke reflects a growing view among American business leaders and mainstream economists who see global warming as a force that contributes to lower gross domestic products, higher food and commodity costs, broken supply chains and increased financial risk. Their position is at striking odds with the longstanding argument, advanced by the coal industry and others, that policies to curb carbon emissions are more economically harmful than the impact of climate change."
The corporatocracy is not a monolith. There are many splits. They cannot fight each other and control us at the same time. This opens opportunity for us to transition to a better society. What we do with that opportunity is up to us. Join your local public transit advocates and let's move away from sprawl and waste.

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