February 24, 2010
Here’s a glimpse of Shell Oil’s propaganda push for climate change legislation, with a few supporting words from their VP Roxanne Decyk of “Global Government Relations.”
Why would the oil companies be pushing for more restrictions and government intervention in relation to energy consumption? Yet Shell now has a Vice President for “Global Government Relations”?
Notice that Decyk, like David de Rothschild, believes that the global warming/ carbon tax issues is “past the point of talking.”
Roxanne Decyk: ‘More than governments needed to solve climate change’
From Earth Sky:
Roxanne Decyk: I think the complexity of this issue and the fact that it interacts with other issues – like energy security, and like recovery from the recession – really means that government can’t do it alone. I think we’re almost past the point where governments alone can solve any of the really complex problems facing society. And that’s why we at Shell feel so strongly that industry and others – including NGOs who have relevant experience, certainly the academic community, scientists – all need to collaborate with governments so that we can come up with solutions that really solve the problem, but also fit what we can accommodate as we recover from this recession.
Shell Announces New Executive Vice President of Global Government Relations Position Based in Washington, D.C.
From PRNewswire, announcing her position June 1, 2009:
HOUSTON, June 1 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — Royal Dutch Shell (NYSE: RDS.A, RDS.B) announces the appointment of Roxanne Decyk to a newly created position of Executive Vice President of Global Government Relations, based in Washington, D.C.
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This article was posted: Wednesday, February 24, 2010 at 5:00 pm