Adding a little more context to what Ed says here, Greenpeace is also known for producing and broadly circulating posters with a big, boldface “CLIMATE CRIMINAL” under images of people they do not like. Me, for example. Last time I attended the Conference of the Parties, the Montreal COP in December 2005, there were several of us so honored — including economist Margo Thorning — with our mugs plastered all over the hall. For whatever reason, I just can’t imagine, but they wanted people to know what we looked like. So, there’s a little more texture to Greenpeace’s sleazy simpering over supposedly being misunderstood.
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