Climate change, almost unreported eight years ago when I established Genersys is now a subject that has become for many a marketing opportunity and for others an excuse for bad behaviour, shameful policies and practices.
I suppose it started with BP, who was initially very active in photovoltaic cells. BP’s core business is the extraction of oil and gas from the ground and its processing and sale for fossil fuel. By its business operations BP is responsible for a huge amount of carbon emissions and setting up filling stations with a few PV panels does not offset an hour’s worth of its annual activities. (more…)
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