The Dirty Dozen in Durban

Publication - December 5, 2011
The Dirty Dozen are the top representatives of those corporate polluters that are holding us back from a global deal to limit and reverse GHG emissions worldwide. Greenpeace’s report ‘Who’s Holding Us Back?’ has documented the global effort, often well coordinated, to limit, reduce or eliminate regulation and legislation that would reduce GHG emissions.

1. Jorma Ollila, Chairman, Royal Dutch Shell
2. Lorraine Mitchelmore, CEO, Shell Canada
3. David Collyer, President,
Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers
4. Thomas Donohue, President and CEO,
US Chamber of Commerce
5. Lakshmi Mittal, Chairman and CEO, ArcelorMittal
6. Jürgen R. Thumann, President, BusinessEurope
7. David and Charles Koch, Koch Industries
8. Marius Kloppers, CEO, BHP Billiton
9. Dr. Kurt Bock, Chairman of the Board of
Executive Directors, BASF
10. Jean-Guy Carrier, Secretary-General,
International Chamber of Commerce
11. Jack N Gerard, President,
American Petroleum Institute
12. Brian Dames, CEO, Eskom

The Dirty Dozen in Durban

Categories