Bank of England chief issues climate change warning

Bank of England chief issues climate change warning

Bank of England Governor Mark Carney has said that financial services have been too slow to cut investment in fossil fuels leading to a sharp increase in global temperatures. Set to become the United Nations’ special envoy for climate change next year, Carney called on political leaders to effect change today and avoid selective information and spin.

Jason Culligan
Jason Culligan 3 months

Translation: The golden goose of oil is no longer where the real money is at. The green energy money racket is where you want to be to make big on your investment.

Got Truth
Got Truth 3 months

Everyone needs to realize that central banks work hand in hand Climate Alarmists to work always towards a one world government. City of London, different from London, is the centre of evil on Earth, which is home to BoE.

Michael Tatom
Michael Tatom 3 months

Listen to Tony Heller on YouTube and then talk about “climate change.” There’s no legitimate science behind Al Gore’s claims.

porcus 3 months

Looks like the Climate Cultists have infiltrated the financial sector and are going to engage in climate activism there. Petroleum companies will face disruptions in the financial activities by dummies that do not have a clue on how vastly dependent on petroleum we are (not just fuel).

Ben B.
Ben B. 3 months

Banks are the real global threat, not climate change.

filchface 3 months

Soros has promised that the Bank of England would crash if Brexit passed. I guess he wasn’t kidding around. 5 days to go, let’s see what happens. He’s done it before.

Petri Fide
Petri Fide 3 months

Looks like the Bank of England foresees real profit n the carbon market.

NewsvoiceLefty#420 3 months

so many conspiracy theorists in the comments. look at the peer reviewed evidence before coming to your ill informed opinion

Cary Brown
Cary Brown 3 months

Mark Carney has been an ineffectual fool and a very mistaken appointment from the very start. He was opposed to Brexit and spread misinformation about that, therefore his policies were all wrong and predictions totally wrong. Now he's basing things on cult misinformation about climate catastrophism. He's the catastrophe, the sooner he's gone the better. I hope the next Governor of the Bank of England is less stupid.

GreenMachine 3 months

Chief meteorologist warns of upcoming financial crisis.

Don Grantham
Don Grantham 3 months

NEWS: Climate change. NOT NEWS: The climate has been changing long before Peoplekind crawled out of the primordial swamp. And I'm not talking about Washington.

Paul C
Paul C 3 months

Always makes me scratch my head when people 50 plus years old come out with this stuff. Clearly they are forgetting the doom and gloom ice age predictions from 20 or 30 ago.

Paul N
Paul N 3 months

Sadly art has sold out to Soros and the elites years ago. Groomed for decades.

anthony 3 months

It always comes down to money doesn't it? He's the first guy I've heard mention anything about it from a financial services perspective. I personally believe in renewable energies regardless of the climate crisis debate. Either way I do think these energies harness the natural powers of the earth and are long term solutions for efficiency and productivity. The problem with advancing that idea is we have a corrupt petroleum industry subsidized by an even more corrupt government that allows lobbyists and industry heads to regulate its business practices and interchange positions. On top of that we have a president who promised to promote the dirtiest fossil fuel in coal and at the same time said windmills cause cancer, actually trying to imitate one. Follow the money as they say.

Crimson Jester
Crimson Jester 3 months

What sharp increase? I mean there's been an increase, but sharp would indicate a severe increase. There isn't one. in fact it's been less than predicted, again.

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