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Should oil executives be prosecuted for high crimes against humanity? Top NASA scientist Jim Hansen thinks so.
In an interview with the Guardian newspaper, Hansen said
Clearly many the scientific community have finally had it with being nice with the oil lobby…
CEOs of fossil energy companies know what they are doing and are aware of long-term consequences of continued business as usual. In my opinion, these CEOs should be tried for high crimes against humanity and nature.
Conviction of ExxonMobil and Peabody Coal CEOs will be no consolation, if we pass on a runaway climate to our children. Humanity would be impoverished by ravages of continually shifting shorelines and intensification of regional climate extremes.
Loss of countless species would leave a more desolate planet.
A new report issued by the Worldwatch Institute finds that new wind power installations outpaced new nuclear power plant construction by 10-to-1. Globally, the wind industry added 20,000 MW of new capacity last year, while the nuclear industry added less than 2,000 MW.
A big surprise for the author of the report was the massive upswing in wind installations in China: