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If we want to make a serious dent in the amount of CO2 and other greenhouse gases we're emitting, this map suggests, it's these companies — and more specifically, these CEOs — we need to hold to account. And how does the rising temperature affect the environment, and our lives? There are some notable differences between American and Canadian views about the top threats facing their countries. Fortunately, though, coal, oil, and gas investments look set to become increasingly risky due to a combination of global action on climate change and the development of renewable energies. After undergraduate and graduate work in physics and geology, he obtained his PhD in geophysics in from Yale University. This map lists their names and locations, and their CEOs. A few of the most influential and otherwise important of these are listed below. The west vs. Source: Spring Global Attitudes Survey. In Japan, it is cyberattacks, while in South Korea and Australia, it is climate change. Details changed, but in many ways the main issues remain roughly as I and other journalists found them in Strange Maps Got a strange map? Reidel Publishing Co. It also indicates where the chief executive of each of the organizations on the list lives. James E.

This map lists their names and locations, and their CEOs. That personalization should come with a few caveats. Their warnings have not kept emissions from increasing.

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The map has been distorted so that the size of each country reflects its share of carbon dioxide emissions sincewhen the Industrial Revolution began. Can we name the main culprits? Details changed, but in many ways the main issues remain roughly as I and other journalists found them in It ended with this quote from Michael B.

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Education and income are linked to concern about climate change in South Africa: Those with more education or incomes higher than the median are more likely to see climate change as a major threat. As this map points out, they aren't. Mann has authored or co-authored more than peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters, as well as delivering countless invited lectures and presentations. First, these corporations thrive only because consumers buy their product — although it must be said that demand for energy is fairly inelastic: most people can't do without fuel to get from A to B, or to heat their homes. Details changed, but in many ways the main issues remain roughly as I and other journalists found them in Berger and L. And by naming each company's CEO, the issue is personalized. Generally, Russians are among the least concerned about all the various threats tested in the survey relative to other countries. Apprehension about U. It also indicates where the chief executive of each of the organizations on the list lives. By comparison, concerns about the U. But the situation is even more tangled.

More than six-in-ten in all three countries surveyed there name it a large threat, making it the second-highest concern in Argentina and Brazil and the third-highest in Mexico. He is currently Victor C.

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