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ABSU is one of the most lowly ranked universities in Nigeria. No high IQ required to get in - Nigerian Cambridge scholar drags ABSU graduate who slammed her for saying 98% of Nigerian men cannot be like Okonjo-Iwealas husband - Linda Ikeji

ABSU is one of the most lowly ranked universities in Nigeria. No high IQ required to get in - Nigerian Cambridge scholar drags ABSU graduate who slammed her for saying 98% of Nigerian men cannot be like Okonjo-Iwealas husband - Linda Ikeji

ABSU is one of the most lowly ranked universities in Nigeria. No high IQ required to get in - Nigerian Cambridge scholar drags ABSU graduate who slammed her for saying 98% of Nigerian men cannot be like Okonjo-Iwealas husband - Linda Ikeji

ABSU is one of the most lowly ranked universities in Nigeria. No high IQ required to get in - Nigerian Cambridge scholar drags ABSU graduate who slammed her for saying 98% of Nigerian men cannot be like Okonjo-Iwealas husband - Linda Ikeji

ABSU is one of the most lowly ranked universities in Nigeria. No high IQ required to get in - Nigerian Cambridge scholar drags ABSU graduate who slammed her for saying 98% of Nigerian men cannot be like Okonjo-Iwealas husband - Linda Ikeji

ABSU is one of the most lowly ranked universities in Nigeria. No high IQ required to get in - Nigerian Cambridge scholar drags ABSU graduate who slammed her for saying 98% of Nigerian men cannot be like Okonjo-Iwealas husband - Linda Ikeji

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Top Oil Firms' Climate Pledges Failing on Almost Every Metric, Report Finds

Published by Slashdot on Tue, 21 May 2024


Major oil companies have in recent years made splashy climate pledges to cut their greenhouse gas emissions and take on the climate crisis, but a new report suggests those plans do not stand up to scrutiny. From a report: The research and advocacy group Oil Change International examined climate plans from the eight largest US- and European-based international oil and gas producers -- BP, Chevron, ConocoPhillips, Eni, Equinor, ExxonMobil, Shell and TotalEnergies -- and found none were compatible with limiting global warming to 1.5C above pre-industrial levels -- a threshold scientists have long warned could have dire consequences if breached. "There is no evidence that big oil and gas companies are acting seriously to be part of the energy transition," David Tong, global industry campaign manager at Oil Change International, who co-authored the analysis, said in a statement. The report's authors used 10 criteria and ranked each aspect of each company(TM)s plan on a spectrum from "fully aligned" to "grossly insufficient" and found all eight companies ranked "grossly insufficient" or "insufficient" on nearly all criteria. The US firms Chevron, ConocoPhillips and ExxonMobil each ranked "grossly insufficient" on all 10 criteria. "American fossil-fuel corporations are the worst of the worst," Allie Rosenbluth, US program manager at Oil Change International, said in a statement.Read more of this story at Slashdot.
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