Monday, February 25, 2013

Australian climate outlook remains bleak with Tony Abbott out for revenge | Environment |
Australian elections on 14 September threaten a rollback of years of climate change progress. The time to act is now
Senator slams carbon tax |
“The leading scientists in the world who study climate change now tell us that their projections in the past were wrong;” Sanders said, “that, in fact, the crisis facing our planet is much more serious than they had previously believed.”  [If the world hasn't warmed for 17 years, why, specifically, would these unnamed leading scientists say that?]
Tesla CEO Says N.Y. Times Article Reduced Market Cap - Bloomberg
The shares have fallen 12 percent, from $39.24 to $34.38, since Feb. 8, the day the Times article first appeared. That includes today’s 4.8 percent decline at the close in New York.

Tesla’s market capitalization slid about $553 million in that time, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index dropped 2 percent during the period. The company’s stock-market value is $3.91 billion as of today’s close.

Musk also said in the interview today that Model S demand would be 10 percent to 20 percent less without a $7,500 U.S. tax credit.

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