“What do you mean ‘we,’? Part Two

Tom Steyer’s audacious hypocrisy gets worse.

In his recent op-ed in The Washington Post, in which he warned that climate change may be “happening faster than scientists previously predicted,” he said if climate change actually is speeding up, “we would need to replace assets that had not reached the end of their usable lives — and that would affect industries beyond purely oil and gas.”

Considering the coal mines and coal-fired power plants in India, Indonesia, Australia, and China—that owe their very existence to investments from Steyer’s fund, Farallon Capital Management—will be in operation for decades to come, all we can say is, “After you, Tom.”