Climate Criminal Action Figures?

Climate Criminal Action Figures?
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Check out this fine compendium of the world’s most prominent climate cranks in this week’s Rolling Stone. Tim Dickinson succinctly summarizes the wretched roles played by seventeen of the worst offenders in preventing climate progress.

Among the guilty:

  • The Profiteer -Warren Buffett CEO, Berkshire Hathaway
  • The Disinformer – Rupert Murdoch CEO, News Corporation
  • Burning Man – Rex Tillerson CEO, ExxonMobil
  • The Drudge of Denial – Marc Morano Founder, Climate Depot
  • God’s Denier – Sen. James Inhofe Republican, Oklahoma
  • The Pundit – George Will Commentator, ABC

Collect them all at the Rolling Stone. Maybe they should come out with action figures too…

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