Opportunistic Bedfellows Give Positive Climate Forecast

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Here’s an interesting Montreal Gazette piece that links British Prime Minister Tony Blair, California Governor Arnold Schewarzenegger and the top 300 Canadian companies by market capitalization in a common concern about climate change.

This is reassuring for those of us exhausted by the narrow, but powerful group in the climate science denial lobby.

As unabashed capitalists, we’re also delighted by the forsight of investors who have underwritten the Carbon Disclosure Project, the largest registry of corporate greenhouse gas emissions in the world.

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