John Fullerton, former oil and gas investor, and President and Founder of The Capital Institute, talks about the economic impact of leaving fossil fuel reserves in the ground. If we're serious about saving the planet, he says, energy companies need to agree to take a $20 trillion write-of. That makes the $2 trillion mortgage melt-down seem trivial.
John Fullerton: Carbon Crisis, Fossil Fuels, and FinanceWednesday, 04 December 2013 11:27 By Laura Flanders, GritTV | Video Interview
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