⬇ [THREAD] ⬇— Total (@Total) September 25, 2018
How Total is integrating #climate into its strategy?
Well... OK. You're trying to show willing I suppose. But not providing a link to some kind of webpage giving a bit more details is a fail from the start.
Oh, but wait. They weren't finished:
1/6— Total (@Total) September 25, 2018
We are positioned in fast-growing #lowcarbon markets, which means we offer an #energy mix whose carbon intensity is steadily decreasing.
Well, all right, but this is the internet and my attention span is low. Could you come to the point?
Meh. That's a bit dull. However, it gets more amusing, because (surprise!) people start replying:2/6— Total (@Total) September 25, 2018
In support of this change, we have created a tool for measuring the #carbon intensity of the #energy products we make available to our customers. That metric indicates the average of our products’ greenhouse gas emissions.
andHave you considered the fact that your entire business model relies on burning fossil fuels, which destroys the climate? If you really want to save the #climate, your first step should be to figure out how to phase out all oil drilling.— I believe her (@juliettelucie) September 26, 2018
If you manage to get past all of that (actually I didn't; I had to go to them direectly) you can find the exciting conclusion somewhere off in Tweet 6:Are you this #totally not into grammar? FFS. If you're going to destroy the planet by using up its remaining fossil fuels... AT LEAST DO IT IN ACTUAL SYNTAX MOTHERFUCKERS...— Glorious Inanity (@GloriousInanity) September 27, 2018
6/6— Total (@Total) September 25, 2018
With the ambition to become the responsible energy major, Total is developing a blend of solutions and is building a comprehensive and diversified response that will deliver long-term growth.
Click here to learn more about it: https://t.co/c5Qd3yXyOd#MakeThingsBetter pic.twitter.com/KZp9wTppUs
That, in turn, will lead you to https://www.total.com/en/sites/default/files/atoms/files/total_climate_2018.pdf, which (gloriously) is a 404.
The world is a pretty small place. During the campaign in Australia against the Vietnam war involvement, a friend (with English citizenship) fled to France because of the draft ... and is now a Total executive.
Don't assume you know any more about a position than, well, than you know!
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