Tuesday, October 12, 2004
How do they sleep at night?
But I'm forgetting. In a corporation every evil deed is someone else's responsibility. Profits on the other hand are all their own. It would be nice to see some accountability:
The world's biggest oil company, ExxonMobil, has been increasing its greenhouse gas emissions after supporting President George Bush's refusal to sign the Kyoto treaty.
The Texan oil firm, which is facing a consumer boycott in Europe over its stance on climate change, is now producing more than twice the carbon dioxide pollution of a country such as Norway.
...The growing levels of pollution from Exxon come on the back of annual profits of $US17 billion, the largest ever in the corporate world.