Citizen movement Avaaz has revealed the 7 Climate Criminals Who're Trying To Kill Earth

COP21, this year’s United Nations Climate Change Conference, sees global ministers converge in Paris to craft an ambitious agreement to fight emissions and global warming.

Last weekend, Avaaz organised climate marches which saw over 785,000 people take to the streets globally, and also posted over a thousand ‘Wanted’ posters outside Paris 5-star hotels.

These deadly 7 are among the 50,000 delegates attending the conference, which concludes on the 11th of December.

Climate cops fight Climate Criminals

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Today, Avaaz -appointed ‘Climate Cops’ handed out flyers outside key Metro stations leading to the Le Bourget with photos of the lobbyists, who are expected to ramp up their efforts to derail a deal when ministers arrive this week to negotiate the deal.  

Emma Ruby-Sachs, Acting Executive-Director of Avaaz says: "These lobbyists have come to Paris to sabotage a global deal for ambitious climate action, despite over 3.6 million citizens around the world calling for 100% clean energy. Ministers must listen to their people, not polluters, and refuse meetings with climate criminals who want to derail a deal the whole world wants."

Here's how evil these men and women really are

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Infamous for allegedly publishing the email addresses of climate scientists to expose them to hate mail.

Myron Ebell

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Director of US thinktank Competitive Enterprise Institute known for receiving money from ExxonMobil. Exxon is one of the many fossil fuel industry players attempting to compromise clean energy, even allegedly lying to the public about the risk of climate change. 

Chris Horner

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Funded by the coal industry and known for reportedly harassing climate scientists.

Bjorn Lomborg

Bjorn Lomborg

Prominent climate skeptic.

James Taylor

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Senior fellow at climate denial lobby group Heartland Institute.

Fiona Wild

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Representatative of BHP Billiton, the world's largest mining company. BHP Billiton is guilty of the largest environmental disaster in Brazil.

Benjamin Sporton

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Head of the World Coal Association and outspoken lobbyist for coal, a dangerous fossil fuel. The World Coal Association managed to lobby the COP19 summit to embrace "clean coal", which the National Geographic has declared a myth.