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Tuesday, December 05, 2006
in the CO2 climate change camp: crazy treehuggers Shell Oil

The chief executive officer of Royal Dutch Shell PLC berated Washington yesterday for spurning the United Nations Kyoto agreement on global warming, saying U.S. backing for a global regulatory framework would create incentives for oil companies to reduce carbon dioxide emissions.

"For us as a company, the debate about CO2 is over. We've entered a debate about what we can do about it," Jeroen van der Veer told a gathering in Dubai of hundreds of political and business leaders from the Middle East and elsewhere.

Globe and Mail - Shell chief berates U.S. for snub of Kyoto accord - December 5, 2006

Wow, those crazy hippies running Shell clearly don't understand economics.
Maybe George Bush could learn them some. He has an MBA you know.