- Mar 26, 2014
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How to profit from global warming, where to invest, what to avoid.
Yes fair enough, a distinction has to be made there.Metallurgical coal is in high demand, so one has to be a bit careful, making sweeping statements. Just my opinion.
Sure, and we can find businesses to invest in that will make those things happen, and withdraw investment from those that won't.Invest in looking for new planet to move to.
Or perhaps make a billion to New Zealand and encourage the locals to go elsewhere ?
Just a simple point here.
If the world is going to survive as a functioning 21st Century civilisation in the next 25 years there has to be simultaneous efforts to adapt to the current effects of global heating and reduce, somehow, to zero and beyond the excess CO2 and other greenhouse gases we are pumping into the atmosphere.
If we don't do the first society collapses now.
If we don't also achieve the second conditions on Earth will become intolerable for human activity for many millions of years.
Indeed we "could" Rumpy. Could that be compared to the overall market place making wise or ethical choices when choosing whether to invest in tobacco, gambling or highly polluting (but very profitable...) ventures versus ethical, quality, life enhancing businesses?Sure, and we can find businesses to invest in that will make those things happen, and withdraw investment from those that won't.
An article showing the results of over exuberance and expectation, with demand for lithium.Currently nickel seems to be on the charge, with World stockpile dwindling and most mines with high grade sulphate on care and maintenance, the price is rising with projected battery demand.
This is the complete opposite to lithium, where supply has started to outstrip demand and more mines are coming on line.