Pajamas TV releases Big Green 3: BP, GE and the world's first carbon billionaires

Did you know that every time Washington issues a new environmental regulation somebody loses and somebody profits? Did you know that being an activist working for new environmental regulation can be a very lucrative way to make a living? 

It's true, and in the final installment of Pajamas TV's three-part collaboration with The Examiner's Big Green series on the environmental movement, the facts about these and many other financial aspects you probably never heard about before concerning environmentalism and its most prominent public advocates.

Watch Big Green Part 3 and find out why former vice president and Nobel Prize winner Al Gore is far from the only potential carbon billionaire:

If you missed part 2, the title was “The Big business of scaring America to death.” You can watch it below:

And just in case you also missed part 1, the title of the initial episode was “The big money and the global governance agenda that fuels environmentalism.”

By the way, don't be surprised to see more collaborative investigative efforts like Big Green from The Examiner and PJTV in the future.

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