Governments started negotiating towards emission reduction in 1990. That's when the official negotiations started.
What you want to do is you want to own as little sort of hard infrastructure as possible, and your real value is your name and how you build that up.
I was having a lot of people ask me to update 'The Shock Doctrine' and add a chapter about Trump.
The divestment movement is a start at challenging the excesses of capitalism. It's working to delegitimize fossil fuels and showing that they're just as unethical as profits from the tobacco industry.
Even though I believe in mass social movements, I'm uncomfortable in crowds.
We can't leave everything to the free market. In fact, climate change is, I would argue, the greatest single free-market failure. This is what happens when you don't regulate corporations and you allow them to treat the atmosphere as an open sewer.