The Guardian Goes All-In on Anti-Energy Rhetoric, Publishes More Flawed Climate Research
One of the leaders of the infamous 2012 La Jolla conference has returned with more flawed climate attribution research published by The Guardian, whose reporters broke out their creative writing pens to cast major energy companies in the worst possible light while ignoring key flaws in the underlying assumptions made by the researcher.
Richard Heede of the Climate Accountability Institute has updated his “Carbon Majors” report to allege that just 20 companies contributed to 35% of all carbon and methane emissions since 1965. Energy In Depth reported earlier this month on Heede publishing a “training manual” so that others could replicate his work while he is “sipping rum at some beachfront on Bora Bora.”
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