quarta-feira, 13 de janeiro de 2010

Leitura da semana

Nesta edição da Rolling Stone, a música é outra... um (invulgar) grito de revolta pelo fracasso de Copenhaga, denunciando também os 17 maiores poluidores a quem a luta contra o aquecimento global não interessa mesmo nada...

By preventing meaningful action in Copenhagen, the battle to kill the climate bill provided the world's biggest polluters with a lucrative victory — one that comes at the rest of the world's expense. "In the long term, the fossil-fuel industry is going to lose this war," says Kevin Knobloch, president of the Union of Concerned Scientists. "But in the short term, they are doing everything they can to delay the revolution. For them, what this fight is really about is buying precious time to maximize profits from carbon sources. It's really no more complicated than that."

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