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www.triplepundit.com... Take into account that SA is selling their oil on the cheep not because they need to but are actually working with Washington to help put pressure on Russia to concede . Lots of movers and shakers and not all country leaders are willing to tow the line .That is also why the destabilization of other countries . a reply to: stirling ETA
Stanford University, an $18.7 billion portfolio, got out of all coal mining investments.
The city of Oakland unanimously approved a measure divesting city funds from all investments in any company whose business is extraction, production, refining, burning or distribution of any fossil fuels.
Rockefeller Brothers Fund, heir to the oil tycoon John D. Rockefeller, announced the divestment of fossil fuels in the fund.
Perfectly timed to the run-up of the 21st United Nations Climate Change Conference that will be held in Paris in November/ December 2015, the European Union has committed itself to apparently decisive steps aimed at sharply reducing the continent’s “climate footprint” in the coming 15 years. By 2030, the EU intends to reduce its CO2 emissions by at least 40 %, to increase the share of “renewable” energy production to 27 % while boosting energy efficiency by 27 %.
originally posted by: butcherguy
Funny how the prices dropped just before the elections. Do you think it will continue to drop after the elections?
originally posted by: Hoosierdaddy71
a reply to: pez1975
You figured it out to.
The usa has been buying the resources of other countries for years all the while keeping theirs. When the middle east runs out of oil American will be sitting on loads of cash. The steel industry will be reborn then to.
am I wrong?