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Exxon Expects Carbon Price, Invests Accordingly

ExxonMobil has been the chief corporate funder of climate denial, but internally it assumes that a rising price on carbon emissions is inevitable, partly because of public pressure such as the huge September climate march in New York. The oil and gas giant tests all of its long-term investment decisions against a carbon price of $60/ton by 2030 in OECD countries. Scores of other companies do likewise. The global economy is moving; when will Congress? Read more at http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2014-11-13/carbon-tax-oil-companies-account-for-it-dot-will-politicians-follow/.

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By now, almost everyone knows what Edward Snowden did: leak top secret documents revealing that the US government was spying on hundreds of millions of people around the world. But if you want to know why Snowden did it, the way he did it, you need to know the stories of two other men.


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Independent journalist Mark Hertsgaard is the author of seven books that have been translated into sixteen languages, including Bravehearts: Whistle Blowing in the Age of Snowden; HOT: Living Through the Next Fifty Years on Earth; and A Day in the Life: The Music and Artistry of the Beatles. He has reported from twenty-five countries about politics, culture and the environment for leading outlets, including The Guardian, Der Spiegel, Vanity Fair, The New Yorker, Time, Mother Jones, NPR, the BBC and The Nation, where is the environment correspondent. He lives in San Francisco.

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