I'm still unsure what the Paris climate deal really means. One way to find out is to look at what the stock prices of major oil companies (Exxon, BP, Shell) are doing. What do you think? It doesn't look like they are going anywhere in particular.
The most valuable assets of these companies are proven reserves of oil in the ground. If most of that oil is going to remain in the ground, surely that should have a large effect to valuation of these companies?
I am constantly dropping the term “climate change” into conversations with strangers. I may talk about my own work or relate it to the weird weather or some other issue that is hogging a prime spot in their pool of worry. I am very relaxed and casual about it — after all, no one wants to find ...
In days our leaders could decide to get us off fossil fuels for good, but Big Oil will be lobbying hard to stop them. Watch the video they wouldn't want you to see then share it everywhere. Let's make this the biggest #ClimateMarch ever.
I highly recommend this place. I've been to two of Eyal Shani's restaurants in Tel Aviv multiple times and it has always been an absolutely incredible treat. This one is just as good. The atmosphere is very casual, it really feels as if you somehow got teleported to Israel, a nice contrast to many other establishments in the area.