Are efforts underway to marginalize the research behind global warming? Or is it all some giant misunderstanding?
California utility company PG&E Corp has quit the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in protest over the group's attempts to marginalize the research behind global warming.
Calling the Chamber’s position "extreme" CEO Peter Darbee says he’s concerned about “disingenuous attempts to diminish or distort the reality of (this) challenge.”
In a blog, Darbee also says another U.S. utility, Duke Energy, and French power plant parts maker Alstom Power have both recently left the American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity, citing that group's opposition to U.S. climate change legislation.
Is big business trying to sideline the green movement? Or is it all some kind of terrible misunderstanding. Find out for yourself. Watch our interview with PG&E’s Darbee now!