Gem of the day

Peter Voser, chairman of Shell, is confused. Maybe if he took a step back and looked at the extraordinary direct and indirect negative impacts of fossil fuels, from gas to oil to coal, against a backdrop of climate change, he would 'get it' (via NY Times):

“I am still puzzled that with Canada in the north, with oil sands and Keystone, plus the gas revolution in the United States, plus the Gulf of Mexico successes in exploration, with Alaska coming, the United States is sitting on so many energy resources. I can’t see why there is not more drive,” he said. “It’s puzzling, frustrating. Any other country in the world would jump on this.”

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