Will we have money to create the new energy economy?
A Wall Street insider from Climateer Investing talks trades, carbon emissions, and the climate bubble.
Plus a feature on Warren Buffet's carbon footprint. Why is the world's richest man - the Invisible Man when it comes to climate change. Warren talks Peak Oil, while his energy companies spread the gamut from wind to coal. Meanwhile, as the world's largest insurance company, Birkshire Hathaway is wildly exposed to climate change charges. Why is Buffet's empire among the last to acknowledge human-induced climate change?
We close with an interview with Rainforest Action Network's campaign rep, Matt Leonard, against Wall St. coal financiers.
Latest news and blues from The Street. Ecoshock 080321 1 hour CD Quality 56 MB or Lo-Fi 14 MB
Production notes: loaded with news clips, from now and from 1929. Some entertaining media mixes, with reactions, etc. No station ID break. Remove first 15 seconds, and last 19 seconds to create a 30 sec break. Insert point 28:43.
Friday, March 21, 2008
Wall Street & Climate Crash
Posted by Alex Smith at 9:41 AM
Labels: alternative energy, banks, carbon dioxide, climate, climate change, coal, crash, depression, economy, environment, globla warming, investing, peak oil, wall street, Warren Buffett, wind
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