11 May '11, 12am

WRI

The following statement was released today by the World Resources Institute (WRI) in response to a press statement by Peabody Energy: “In a press statement today, Peabody Energy falsely attributes a conclusion to the World Resources Institute. The incorrect reference is likely drawn from information found on a blog post by the “World Climate Report ,” which is not affiliated with WRI. “The press statement asserts that “the World Resources Institute found that for every 10-fold increase in per-capita energy use, individuals live 10 years longer.” First, WRI has never made such an assertion and has never done analysis to that effect. Second, this conclusion ignores critical factors related to energy production and human health. “WRI’s long standing support for a global transition to cleaner, low-carbon energy is well-documented . WRI does not support Peabody’s press statemen...

Full article: http://www.wri.org/press/2011/05/wri-statement-energy-pro...

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