Google Quits ALEC Before Climate Summit

The executive chairman of Google, Eric Schmidt, says that their support of the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) was a mistake. This announcement comes just before the United Nations Climate Summit. Google has not altered in their support of ALEC in recent years. This sudden change comes as major U.S. companies are being pressured to change their positions, especially financially, on climate change.

Schmidt says that any group that argues against research that shows that humans are the cause of climate change, are just lying. Such a statement and change of support just shows how Google has joined other U.S. companies in buckling to climate change alarmists right before yesterday’s summit.

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  1. Charles Shelton says:

    Politics as usual.

  2. James Nangle says:

    Scientifically speaking, how much impact can U.S. companies make on global climate change without the 4 million mile smog known as China following suit?