OneWorld U.S. Home/Today’s News – Banks to Consider Climate


By Haider Rizvi, OneWorld US, Thu., Feb. 7, 2008.
Banks to consider climate before investing in coal: “Officials at Citibank, JPMorgan Chase, and Morgan Stanley pledged Monday that they would give priority to investment in clean energy businesses and put coal-fired electricity generation to “a rigorous review” process for financing.”

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  1. This is a good news. We need to make coal power more expensive. That way, wind and solar power have a chance to grow.

  2. How are you doing, Jim? Are you still very busy?

  3. Thanks for the comment and kind concern, Steven. It is nice to see some good news about the environment, isn’t it?

    I’m doing fine thanks, a bit busy, but I;m cutting back on my writing in an attempt to sleep more! I hope you are well. Jim

  4. Very good and useful post.
    I add your interesting blog in my Google Reader! 😉

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