Thursday, April 03, 2014

Anybody have any problem with UN climate chief Christiana Figueres' ties to companies with financial interest in the climate scam?

Christiana Figueres - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

"Christiana Figueres has not only been active in the public arena and in the field of NGOs, she also collaborates actively with private sector companies that align themselves with climate friendly goals. Ms. Figueres served as Senior Adviser to C-Quest Capital, a carbon finance company focusing on programmatic CDM investments.[35] She was the Principal Climate Change Advisor to ENDESA Latinoamérica, the largest private utility in Latin America with operations in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia and Peru. She was also Vice Chair of the Rating Committee of the Carbon Rating Agency, the first entity to apply credit rating expertise to carbon assets"

5 comments:

Athlete said...

Children won't know what a conflict of interest looks like.

Anonymous said...

Yes, I do have a problem with this sort of corrupt self-dealing. Corruption permeates the climate hype industry and seems integral to it. Corruption is not the unfortunate occasional failure of a few in it.

DennisA said...

Check out http://sppiblog.org/news/a-nest-of-carbon-vipers for a fuller look at Figueres and her carbon trading colleagues, like Nick Stern.

stewgreen said...

have you checked the business interests of 1. her husband 2. He extended family in Costa Rica ?
..yes their is a conflict of interest

Ed Darrell said...

Do you seriously believe people get rich off of NGOs?

Can you offer any examples?