BP exec: Climate change worries caused daughter’s friends to take antidepressants
Outgoing BP CEO Bob Dudley, the man who steered the oil giant through the aftermath of the massive 2010 Gulf of Mexico spill, revealed that his daughter’s friends are taking antidepressants because of their concerns about climate change.
Dudley, who is slated to step down from his position in February, confessed he hated seeing “young people so unhappy, so anxious” about global warming — which is being driven by increasing carbon emissions — the Daily Mail reported.
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