The FT this week reported that Shell had run into difficulty drilling for oil in the Arctic. My initial thoughts about this were largely driven by feelings of hopelessness about the future of the global atmosphere. The only reason why Shell can drill in the Arctic is because of their and other’s explosive release of […]
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