“We lost”: Eco-warriors, green stars throw in towel

More signs that the movement to stop global warming has run out of gas emerged yesterday as Bill McKibben, the 350.org founder and Keystone XL Pipeline opponent, announced that he was hanging up his hat. The surprise retirement capped a hectic week for Full Story »

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by Leonie Wiermans - Apr. 2, 2012

This is good journalism because it shows how people think these days. Even the famous and CEO's. I don't agree with their choice because living as simple as possible does give satisfaction. I also don't believe that Al Gore will not use his way of thinking to change reduction of CO2 from inside the system. He is smart and good enough to persuade the people at BP that developing alternative fuels still is a must. Because fossil fuels will be gone one day! And than BP won't be making profit anymore. Besides they already have been polluting a lot. So why don't they give an example for all the others?!

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