Drink Coca Cola -- Save the Planet

More than 100 companies – including several huge multinational corporations – are joining together to support a worldwide climate treaty from the Copenhagen Conference next month.

Coca Cola is one of the leaders of the effort. With SAP and Seimens, “Coke” has opened a website called “Hopenhagen.” (There’s that word “hope” again.) The website contains a petition that says :

We the peoples of the world urge political leaders to:
Seal the Deal at COP 15 on a climate agreement that is definitive, equitable and effective
Set binding targets to cut greenhouse gases by 2020
Establish a framework that will bolster the climate resilience of vulnerable countries and protect lives and livelihoods
Support developing countries' adaptation efforts and secure climate justice for all.

The website lists BMW, The Climate Group, and Method as partners.

The question is: Will the recent revelations of massive fraud and deception from the climate science elite be enough to dampen the "save the planet" enthusiasm of these multinational corporations? Or does the truth count for nothing?

Hat tip:  John McHahon

More than 100 companies – including several huge multinational corporations – are joining together to support a worldwide climate treaty from the Copenhagen Conference next month.

Coca Cola is one of the leaders of the effort. With SAP and Seimens, “Coke” has opened a website called “Hopenhagen.” (There’s that word “hope” again.) The website contains a petition that says :

We the peoples of the world urge political leaders to:
Seal the Deal at COP 15 on a climate agreement that is definitive, equitable and effective
Set binding targets to cut greenhouse gases by 2020
Establish a framework that will bolster the climate resilience of vulnerable countries and protect lives and livelihoods
Support developing countries' adaptation efforts and secure climate justice for all.

The website lists BMW, The Climate Group, and Method as partners.

The question is: Will the recent revelations of massive fraud and deception from the climate science elite be enough to dampen the "save the planet" enthusiasm of these multinational corporations? Or does the truth count for nothing?

Hat tip:  John McHahon